Into August, this year is certainly flying by! It is still very dry, although there was a little rain one night the gardens and countryside is still parched. I some how managed two visits to Arne in a week! The first was because I had to go to Wareham to
My friend and I decided to try an early trip down to RSPB Arne one morning in early May, we kept an eye on the weather and hoped the morning would be fine, the weather was changing all the time this spring. Unfortunately it turned out to be a quiet
The weather hasn’t been to good from the beginning of January so when it looked promising we decided to take a trip to Portland and Weymouth for the day. I was hoping to see the Short Eared Owls on Portland but unfortunately when we got there it was very windy
We hadn’t visited Arne for a while so with the promise of a nice day we decided to take a trip to see what was about. As always we had no expectations it’s always a lovely walk over the heath and along Shipstal overlooking Poole Harbour. There were certainly plenty
On the same day as we went on the Wildlife in Somerset tour we stopped off at RSPB Ham Wall as it was still quite early. We walked to the Avalon hide which was very quiet a few water birds in front of the hide like Gadwall, Widgeon, Coots etc.
The sun was shining if a little cold so we decided to take a trip down to Radipole lake and see what was about. We took Tilly, our dog, to see how she liked being out and about, it means we can stay away longer and hopefully she will enjoy