Member Blogs

An Unexpected Journey.

Are we all seated comfortably, then I will begin…. It all started with a volunteer, and in direct opposition to years of training I actually volunteered for this mission. The Journey was to Wells on t...

Hedgehogs in the Hoghouse 

Good morning All! Great weather for ducks and frogs, but not quite so good for the human life-form.  Lockdown continues, and so does my struggle with all of the Techy stuff to do with the install...

Aigas’ resident mammals

In my last blog about Fungi, I said we’d been very fortunate to spend a week on a workshop at Aigas Field Centre in October. You don’t go to Aigas to see and photograph fungi though. To quote the Aiga...

Bird of Prey workshop Part 2

At the end of Part 1 I left you on the way to lunch. Gerda, a female 3/4 Gyr 1/4 Sakker falcon was about to have a bath. So we got down on our bellies to get as low as possible in the hope she would t...

Bird of Prey workshop Part 1

In October I went down to Market Harborough for a Birds of Prey workshop with Andrew and Jon. I had been on one before, 2 years ago, but it’s always good to make the most of opportunities to pick thei...

They Shall Grow Not Old…

Very recently (just a few weeks ago) I was invited to become involved with the restoration of “Just Jane” the privately owned Lancaster Bomber that is part way through a 10 year project to achieve air...

Test Blog v5.6

Just trying out the new Blog system

October fun with fungi

Just a quick test to see if I can create a blog, but it might as well include some real content. October is normally the month when I try to drag myself out of bed at stupid o’clock to visit Richmond ...

Family Portraits

Just a very quick go to see how the updated blog system works. The ‘family’ portraits are of course our local foxes as I have a huge aversion to photographing people! After all, they can comment back....

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