A weekend in Wales! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Wow! What a wildlife filled weekend! Last week my cousin @leahpinkphotography and I headed down to Pembrokeshire on Friday, ready for a weekend of sea birds and birds of prey! On the Saturday we went to the absolutely stunning Skomer Island, to photograph the thousands of puffins who breed there every year! We were so … Continue reading A weekend in Wales! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

‘UK WILDLIFE IS BORING’ sorry what? 🦫🐋🐝🦉🐸🦡🐞🦔🦊🦅🦋🦦🦀🦭🦇🐬🐍🪰🐛🐗🐌🐴🦞🪲🦬🪱🦆

Today is World Wildlife Day, so let’s celebrate the UK’s wildlife! 🌎 At first I thought urgh I wish I could go to Africa, Australia and really bio diverse countries to see some amazing wildlife, but actually, especially over the last couple of years, I have discovered how brilliant the wildlife on my doorstep and … Continue reading ‘UK WILDLIFE IS BORING’ sorry what? 🦫🐋🐝🦉🐸🦡🐞🦔🦊🦅🦋🦦🦀🦭🦇🐬🐍🪰🐛🐗🐌🐴🦞🪲🦬🪱🦆

‘UK GOVERNMENT BACKS BIRTH CONTROL FOR GREY SQUIRRELS’ 🐿 📰

After reading this article, I took to my Instagram story to ask people what their thoughts were. I had lots of replies saying they have mixed feelings: ‘grey squirrels are beautiful but they have taken over the red squirrels’. And I totally agree with this, I love grey squirrels and it is a joy to … Continue reading ‘UK GOVERNMENT BACKS BIRTH CONTROL FOR GREY SQUIRRELS’ 🐿 📰

What can you do to help your garden visitors during the winter?

Winter can be a brilliant time of year to get close up views of birds visiting the garden for food, water and shelter. It is also an exciting opportunity to see some species which are only here for the colder months, such as Fieldfares and Bramblings. As the temperature drops and natural foods supplies fall, … Continue reading What can you do to help your garden visitors during the winter?

How to make your garden more hedgehog friendly

I have been doing some volunteering at my local wildlife hospital. The main animal I have been working with is hedgehogs which are sick or have been injured. The hedgehog population is in decline. Reasons for this are still not known for certain but there are some ideas. For example: loss of hedgerows, predation by … Continue reading How to make your garden more hedgehog friendly