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The weather has been unseasonably hot here. Temperatures ranging all the way from 88 degrees (31 C) to 97 degrees (36 C). Perfect days for swimming. …

I spotted this tree frog napping on a drain pipe while I was power washing the side of my house. I worked around him and just let him doze.

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…

While our lockdown Coronavirus lockdown was being eased the first main concession was that our "stay local" area was eased and we were able to venture 5 miles…

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Though the quality is far from perfect, I'm surprised by the ability of my little Samyang 50mm f/1.2 lens. Despite being built for an APS-C sensor, this lens…

No other similarly sized area of our garden attracts a greater diversity and abundance of wildlife than the ponds. Some wildlife arrived with plants introduced…

A Fly... on the Eye... of a Frog... waaaaaaait for it... ... ... ON MY BLOG! Ha! Sorry - couldn't resist the golden opportunity to see my son's eyes roll…

We have three ponds in the garden. Two are in a seminatural context with nearby rough grass, shrubs and trees. One has two bog gardens adjoining the pond. We…
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