Now it’s time perhaps to bring the wild home as another lockdown starts and #12DaysWild and the 12 Days of Christmas comes to a close.
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This old buzzard moved onto the icy moss which was being swept by a northerly wind and thoughts spun about my heard of the plight of the ground feeding and other birds which have to endure this…
At last I feel that I have finally understood what Bill and Ben the Flowerpot Men were saying all those decades ago.
Less challenging weather out there on the moss today, the birds’ search for food seemed a little easier as the sun worked its de-icing magic upon their snowbound larder.
The blinds drawn back and me straight into the role of Grumpy Father Christmas, created by Raymond Briggs. “Bah-Humbug.” thought I. The day began with me searching for an oasis within this desert…
A garden watch with cuppa in hand. Could this be the stay at home episode, Notes from a Comfy Kitchen?
It’s always a concern of mine once a snowfall starts to freeze, for straight away I realise that the struggle to find food for birds, like the thrushes, gets so much harder than usual
Day three of my 12 Days of Christmas, started for me at 3am today when Storm Bella woke me from the calm of my sleep. How on earth are the birds faring somewhere out there whilst I am comfortably…
On day two of my Christmas journey I decided to check on the work that the Lancashire Wildlife Trust, Woodland Trust and Carbon Landscape have done in New Moss Wood on Cadishead Moss.
Peatlands birding legend Dave Steel begins his 12 Days of Christmas with some wonderful wildlife on a cold and icy Christmas Day.