We are still watching the weather closely, there have been so many grey days in January if there is any sign of sun in the forecast we go out for a while. I know you can go out on the grey days but for photography I hope for a little
Most afternoons we do a circuit close to home with our dogs and I’m always looking out for wildlife as I go down the lane and up the field. There is a small flock of Goldfinches feeding in a patch of dried Burdock plants in the river field, they always
After lunch on Friday 14th January we headed from Ham Wall to Catcott which is managed by the Somerset Wildlife Trust for a short visit. We alway enjoy it as you can get quite close to the wildlife from the hide and is usually quiet only attracting keen wildlife watchers.
On Friday 14th January it was very frosty and cold with a bit of fog which we hoped would clear, so we set out for Somerset and RSPB Ham Wall. We left the dogs with a friend so we could both spend sometime in the hides where dogs aren’t allowed.
On Sunday 9th January it was dry and cloudy, well what I could see of it when I went out in the dark. I drove to the Trailway carpark in Shillingstone, I wasn’t being lazy as the river was nearly in flood and I probably couldn’t have made it across
Another trip out on Friday 7th January, we decided not to go to far as the weather wasn’t that special and quite chilly. There were showers forecast for the morning so we decided to head up the Salisbury road onto the Cranborne Chase. We weren’t sure what we were going
When the holidays were over we decided to take a trip down the Arne, we had heard that there had been sightings of a White Tailed Eagle around Arne and Poole Harbour and we both wanted to see one. It is one from the reintroduction project by the Roy Dennis
I thought my Ham Wall trip on Boxing Day would be my last post of 2021, the weather still wasn’t good after, but the last day of December cleared for a little while so I decided to go for a local walk, just for an hour to see what was