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Back to school
This year's Big Schools' Birdwatch is underway and students across Greater London and the rest of the UK will be peering through their dusty classroom windows to see what birds they can spot enjoying the weak winter sunshine. It's certainly very different from this time last year, when...
13 Jan 2012
I am not a bird
Coots, moorhens, mallard, swans, geese, pigeons, crows, grey herons and even a couple of smew dotted the ice covering Regent's Park's lakes yesterday morning. They all seemed happy enough and some poked their heads under water through holes in the ice. Sometimes I wish I was a bird. That I...
7 Feb 2012
Bearing gifts of random kindness
I reckon I could power the national grid if Icould capture the energy from my constant shivering. Still. I can always turn-up the heating, chuck another log on the fire or pull on another of my Mum's knitted jumpers. Blue tits , sparrows , starlings (pictured) and robins don't share that luxury...
21 Dec 2010
I love living in London. Just when you think you know a place, someone comes along and blows your notions out of the water. I've been introduced to an amazing new space in Dalston, the Eastern Curve Garden . Anyone who knows the Dalston Peace Mural can find the entrance to this little green, wedge...
27 Jan 2011
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