Caroline.hooper's Wildlife Posts

How lucky am I? I was standing by the muckheap at our local stable yard in Gloucestershire when I spotted this little tree creeper doing what it does best. It…

Have you ever seen a red kite with a kill pooping in flight? If not, you have now. This kite was above my head in my garden today!! Luckily it’s aim was poor &…

It seems with leopards you meet them by chance. You can track tigers, listen to alarm calls & find them, but leopards seem to appear when you least expect it.…

We followed Link 7, a mature male tiger from a dry river-bed, and down a dirt road before he temporarily disappeared into the undergrowth. To our amazement he…

During the last hour, on the very last day of our trip to the Central Indian Jungle we were privilaged to meet Link 7, one of Khana’s mature male tigers. he…

This was probably the most memorable experience during my three visits to the Central Indian Jungle. We were driving from our lodge in the Buffer Zone chatting…

Back in 2014 I went on my first Indian Jungle Adventure. We visited Khana National Reserve in Central India. In the space of 2 days we saw an amazing 4 tigers. …

For some strange reason this tiny toadlet appeared to be sheltering from the rain in our hall-way today. I gently persuaded it that it might be better off…

We were wondering why the ducks were running out of grain so quickly hmm - bold as brass!! We will have to do some ratty proofing me-thinks

I had never heard of or seen a ruby tailed wasp until today - these tiny but exquisitely coloured little insects are very easy to miss

Capturing the Moment: “Curiosity”. I love hares!! Come April to July they seem to arrive out of nowhere in the Cotswolds where I live. I was walking by a…

It's worth having a really close look at the tiny flowers and plants that you might get on your lawn. Check out this male fat legged green flower bettle (a bit…

Today I spotted what looked like a pupa embedded in a spiders web, but on looking closely I saw this was not the case. It was actually a mass of tiny yellow…

this songthrush appreciated the effects of the rain today - plenty of opportunities to find worms on the lawn

we have a male blackbird, who over the last 10 days or so has been the best father any juvenile could ask for. He has tirelessless looked after his fledglings…

a very large wood pigeon balanced precariously on the branches of the small tree outside our living room. It was picking the choicest & tenderest leaf buds
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