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7th February 2016

Our Squirrel-proof feeders succeed, on the whole, as this Grey Squirrel sliding down the pole shows- it was baffled by the large plant tray improvised baffle just above it! 114 more words

Urban Wildlife

5th February 2016

Like many people, we get both Wood Pigeons and Stock Doves in our Sheffield garden. As they can be hard to tell apart, here are some photos, together with a close up of the… 81 more words

Urban Wildlife

31st January 2016

Starlings- I was lucky to be able to watch Catsfield’s own modest Starling murmuration from my friends farmyard yesterday! They congregated around the pylons at first before flying on their swooping way… 30 more words


27th January 2016

I’m about to go down south again so I’m posting a few recent shots of the lovely Long Tailed Tits, showing their gorgeous markings. Historically, these birds… 113 more words

Urban Wildlife

22nd January 2016

Reflections:  At Old Moor RSPB reserve near Barnsley there weren’t many birds which led me to concentrate on the patterns they make in the water… 81 more words

Sheffield Nature

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Another hot day in Melbourne and it got up to 42 degrees celcius and hotter in some parts. Mr Magpie was back again visiting his trusty cold water bowl.


A Rose by any other name

I’m one of those old folks who start the day by reading the local paper. And we’re lucky here in New Orleans that we still have a daily paper – The Advocate. 251 more words

Alice Abel Kemp