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Exploring parks – Margam Country Park

Parks are usually found within every town or city. In Wales, we have many Country parks around with one either side of my city. One of my favourites is Margam Country Park in Port Talbot because it's a major part of my childhood, but also it adds a sense of nature and tranquillity to the… Continue reading Exploring parks – Margam Country Park

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5 easy Wildlife friendly plants

Gardens can be easily adapted to home Wildlife of all kinds, the simplest thing to do is to introduce some wildlife friendly plants to your gardens. The plants listed below can all be grown in either a border for larger gardens or can be grown in pots - ideally, you'll want larger pots or trough pots… Continue reading 5 easy Wildlife friendly plants

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Fungi February

The usual venture out to the coast to scout through gulls and ducks was on the cards for February, with the weather being as odd and unpredictable as usual, there was little else to do. Sammy and I arrived at Rhossili midday last week and after some lunch, we positioned ourselves on a bunker just… Continue reading Fungi February

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National Nestbox week

This week (Feb 14th-21st) is National Nestbox Week and is definitely one of my favourite yearly celebrations. You can nab yourself some great deals on boxes, kits and some goodies for your gardens or wild spaces. To kick-start the week, myself and my very good friend Sammy went to visit the boxes at WWT Llanelli… Continue reading National Nestbox week

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Identity Crisis & Plans for 2017

For the past year, I have been running two Instagram account and two Twitter accounts - I felt that I couldn't truly express myself through this blog because I wanted to keep it strictly professional, I have been taking advice from many people including my father and brother and have decided that I don't particularly… Continue reading Identity Crisis & Plans for 2017

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Photographing Waders on Bardsey

Another year, another trip to Bardsey Bird Observatory, located on a quiet island just off North wales- It's one of my favourite places to visit. Myself and good friend Josie Hewitt, went for a week in September. We were hoping for some decent migrants to turn up and we weren't disappointed! Having arrived on the Saturday,… Continue reading Photographing Waders on Bardsey