Moons, Rain and Birds

A Robin at Stortons Gravel Pits January 2020 is almost over, it has been wet almost the whole month and has left lakes and rivers bursting and dangerously full. Trips out have been hampered by the poor light and water logged walkways. Ravensthorpe for example is...

Ravensthorpe, Mud & Damage

Two images stitched together I visit Ravensthorpe on many occasions. It is a pleasant short walk which walking non stop would take about 30 minutes. Stopping and starting it turns into an hour or more. Usually with a wide selection of bird life to observe including...

RSPB Frampton Marsh

RSPB Frampton Marsh – Lincolnshire – 3rd September 2019   https://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/reserves-a-z/frampton-marsh/   I think I visited Frampton Marsh on a ‘quiet’ day. There were birds about but not in any large...

Summer Leys Nature Reserve

Summer Leys Nature Reserve is part of the The Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire & Northamptonshire. It is a place I now visit very regularly for two reasons, a very nice walk and good opportunities to see and photograph wildlife.  It is situated on...

RSPB Minsmere

RSPB Minsmere Discover some of the UK’s rarest wildlife and enjoy family-friendly activities at Minsmere. Choose an idyllic walk or head to the coastal lagoons to see an impressive variety of birds, including avocets, bearded tits and bitterns. If you’re...

Dungeness Kent

Visit to Dungeness 1st July 2019.   “Dungeness, a strange land of extremes, one of the most valuable and yet vulnerable nature conservation sites in Great Britain” Firth, 1984   I was advised that I would enjoy Dungeness for its photographic opportunities...