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[63-365] 7th. October 2020- "West Country thatchers have been making straw figures for centuries, a tradition that can be traced back to the dollies placed on…

Whilst walking in the woods the other day a most beautiful animal came our way. Our surname is Fox and seeing them is always a pleasure and this one was…

After my unsuccessful visit to the British Wildlife Centre last week, hoping to see their Scottish wildcat kittens, I had another try today. To my delight the…

One of the places I’ve been looking forward to visiting since lockdown is the British Wildlife Centre. This week they reopened their gates so we booked our…

Most mammals which use our garden are nocturnal and hard to see. We have bats flying through regularly but there is little prospect of me photographing those.…

This morning started with a fox who liked his/her photo taken. Then on to a cycle with a few hills around Cork airport & finish with meditation. Memories of a…

My grandmother's farm (where I'm currently living) is home to a lot of woodchucks, and recently I've been enjoying watching four little ones running around…

I am setting up a trail camera for bird watching. I was fidgeting with it last night and heard a band of coyotes singing at each other. I was awe struck... and…

I discovered a fox den near by my house last Spring quite by accident. I was just driving by and there they were, two little kits along with their mama. I then…

This fox reminds me of Kenny's (Popparatzee) horse because it is also made of rusted bicycle parts. Unfortunately I have yet to be able to capture "real"…

Is this little guy cute, or what! I spotted him near a small pond on the edge of the small town of La Veta where we’re camping for the week. Photographing…

woke up to a dusting of snow this morning.. i always wake with the light of day, so 6.45am i'm awake.. and before my morning cup of coffee or shower, i bundle…
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