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The birds in the park are happy that the ice and snow are gone. They are very busy looking for food. This Jackdaw didn't mind at all that I was very close to…

The winter is always a quiet period for my work at Hatfield Forest but we edged closer to being fully open again today with our start of season meeting. This…

The local birdlife seemed on particularly good form at Hatfield Forest this morning, with several robins filling the air with song. Opposite my 'office' the…

The sun was out as I grabbed some lunch at Hatfield Forest today so I decided to brave the chilly wind and sit outdoors. The local ducks immediately hassled me…

After spending yesterday wrestling with my accounts I needed to get out of the house for some fresh air and exercise this morning so I headed to Hatfield Forest…

We have a couple of jackdaws who regularly raid the bird feeders in our garden and a few days ago one of them left me a gift in the flowerbed - a single glossy,…

I wrote a post here a few days ago [photoblog.com] saying how grateful I was for the variety of weather, good or bad, we get here in Britain. However, after…

After a busy working weekend I decided to take a couple of hours off today and popped up to the Weald and Downland Museum for a spot of lunch and a short walk. …

Picture taken outside under a spotlight. Fortunately Tonia can not (yet) work with my camera, because few minutes before he flew on the arm of Tonia, this cute…

During my afternoon break I go home to eat. This afternoon I noticed a visitor. He was peeking curious through the kitchen window. With interest, he looked at…

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