Everyone knows Corncrakes are crepuscular; hard to get a glimpse of, difficult to see. So spending a little time with a Corncrake is something to be treasured. 89 more words
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It always happens when you aren’t there doesn’t it? On Sunday the 12th April as I was stood at the top of Cairngorm watching Snow Buntings and looking for Ptarmigan Kayn Forbes was lucky enough to film a cetacean in difficult windy conditions off Kelling. 279 more words
The oldest piece of European legislation applicable to wildlife is ‘The Birds Directive’ and was passed into law in 1979.
The Birds Directive bans activities that directly threaten birds, such as the deliberate killing or capture of birds, the destruction of their nests and taking of their eggs, and associated activities such as trading in live or dead birds, with a few exceptions. 353 more words
It’s that time of year again. The Grey Seals have started to pup their way through the winter. The beaches around Norfolk are now starting to fill with creamy white young seals that will quickly fatten to become the round balls of fur that all too soon become independent from their mothers. 32 more words