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My trip to Tenerife

just over 2 weeks ago, we set off for the warm sand and glistening sea of Tenerife. The holiday was mainly to relax by the pool and drink cocktails, However i couldn’t pass up an opportunity to take my camera and snap some photographs…

Spring time in the woods

Spring is an incredible season to witness outdoors, it’s my favourite time of the year for many reasons. days become longer, the weather starts getting warmer, and crucially, wildlife starts flourishing after the harsh winter weather. A palette of greens begin to paint the…

RSPB Burton Mere

Burton mere is my local nature reserve and it’s a great place to see all sorts of wildlife. It’s main attraction is the marshlands and wetlands which attract various wading birds, sea birds, ducks, and geese. The RSPB are an incredible charity who do…

Maeshafn river

I’ve been a bit bogged down with assignments lately so i haven’t had much time update my blog, but I’ve finally handed in my last assignment for the year and can’t wait to get back out with my camera! I recorded some footage around…

Earth day (With my dogs)

So, today is Earth day, a day in which we need to spread awareness for nature and wildlife throughout the planet. A day in which we need to focus on the foundations of life and show others different ways of contributing towards it. Whilst…

5 interesting facts about the Great spotted woodpecker

If you’re lucky enough to live near a forest, or enjoy a quiet walk in the countryside, you may have heard hundreds of bird calls. The happy high-pitched chirps of blue tits, robins and sparrows. Or the piercing low squawks of crows and buzzards….

Our trip to Snowdonia

Snowdonia is an iconic region of Wales, home of the widely visited and tallest mountain in Wales, Snowdon. We visited an area called Cwm Idwal which was ranked by radio times, the 7th greatest natural wonder in Britain. The corrie is surrounded by a…

Egretta garzetta

Egretta garzetta,┬áthe scientific name for the little Egret. This slender-necked bird is part of the small heron family and is found mainly in southern UK and Ireland. It can also be spotted throughout Africa, Asia, Australasia and other parts of Europe. Unlike it’s larger…

Natural weavers

As well as studying full time at university, I also work for a conservation company which covers a broad range of jobs such as newt fencing, hedge laying, pond building, ground clearing and vegetation management. Whilst carrying out these jobs you are most likely…

Little Grebe fishing

The other day i signed up to the RSPB at my local nature reserve. I spent the day walking around wetlands and grasslands seeing birds that i never thought i would see in this area. what a great reserve! i will more than definitely…