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Berry-tastic or Berry disappointing?
Now that most of the leaves have fallen or soon will be, we are able to see much more clearly into hedges and shrubs, revealing the winter larder of berries. It seems to have been a mixed season with hawthorn and rowan trees in this part of the world having quite a good crop whilst the sloes on blackthorn...
24 Nov 2011
Where do birds go in late summer?
This is a question we always get asked at this time of the year and its one with a few possible answers! Firstly, for many birds we are coming to the end of a hectic breeding season. After all of the battling for territory, courting mates, finding nesting material, gathering food for young and chasing...
11 Aug 2011
The wildlife teams top tips for this weekend!
This weekend will be the penultimate full weekend before the clocks go back and we lose an hour of evening light, shock horror! That to us is the call to get out and into the wilds and take full advantage of the extra daylight whilst we can, the weather is still half decent as well for some of us! So...
12 Oct 2012
Butterfly bonanza and back to bird feeding!
September is a cracking month for observing butterflies! Many of the buddleias dotted around the gardens and wider countryside are a magnet for many of the autumn-flying species but also take the time to check out ivy for the second hatch of holly blues and any brambles with late flowers may still host...
12 Sep 2012
What lies ahead
In between blogging and moderating forums i'm in the thick of answering all of the emails, calls and letters that come to the RSPB. We're a small team here in wildlife enquiries and we are generally busy all year round. However we have peak busy times and quiet spells just like any other job...
2 Sep 2013
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