March 16, 2018

It’s February and the garden is feeling pretty sorry for itself. Those bright, optimistic blooms of summer have now been deformed by winter’s icy fingers and hang in limp clumps of tarnished brown leaves. I didn’t put the geraniums away in the frost proof shelter this...

January 5, 2018

The birds have been a bit twitchy lately. They had become so used to my feeding routine they would often be down eating while I was still inside the shed sorting out a new fat ball.  Then they would spend the whole morning mooching around the garden until every seed wa...

Urban Wildlife Diary – November 2017

During the balmy autumn days of October I planted out lots of spring bulbs in various tubs and troughs. Planning for spring before winter has even got its coat on is a good way to lift the spirits.   As I pushed each bulb down into t...

October 20, 2017

You don't have to live in the country to enjoy wildlife 

Hurt no living thing can be taken to extremes.  In India the Jains sweep the ground before them to avoid stepping on an insect.  Knowing that others take this command seriously gives me some comfort as it is my ha...

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