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Spring confusion?
Spring confusion?
28/02/2019 0

Get ready for the cold.
Get ready for the cold.
19/01/2019 0

Camera at half price
Camera at half price
26/10/2018 0

Autumn approaches
Autumn approaches
29/09/2018 0

Hedgehog feeding time
Hedgehog feeding time
15/08/2018 0

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Spring confusion?

Spring confusion?

David Baxter 28/02/2019 0
Confused? - you should be!   It is February and we have just had the warmest few days in history, this has had enormous effects on nature and will have ramifications for many months to come. Just take a walk around your local open space, flowers are blooming that should not be seen until mid march or April, blossom is abundant and bees are attending to the flowers, birds are squabbling for space and partners. Taking a walk along our lanes in the village yesterday I was stopped by the sound of bees, at first I thought the place must have had a hive the noise was quite incredible, but when I...
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Get ready for the cold.

Get ready for the cold.

David Baxter 19/01/2019 0
As we head for another cold snap, check your garden bird supplies are in stock and ready to go.   Mid January and the Snowdrops are drooping ready to open their lovely flower heads as the first signs of life come to our gardens. Daffodils are on sale in the shops, so it must be warm down south, our Daffs are still only about half way grown and it is concerning that they may get frosted if the cold weather stays with us for long. The Blackbirds are just about thinking they might start building practice nests and seeing if any females are interested in them and the Hedgehogs are tucked up nice...
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Camera at half price

Camera at half price

David Baxter 26/10/2018 0
Save £39.75 on a Wildlife camera.   Wildlife World camera Kit is at half price until 31st December - or until stocks run out!   You can also save £20 on the Bird Cam wireless camera with motion sensor.   You can see lots of ideas for Christmas and birthdays in our Gift section  ...
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Autumn approaches

Autumn approaches

David Baxter 29/09/2018 0
Sun is shining but getting cool in the garden now.   It is that time of year to start thinking about the jobs that need to be done before the bad weather sets in. The picture above was taken in our garden on 28th September, a fine and sunny day and a long way from Winter - yet there are signs of Autumn all around us. The leaves are starting to fall, the flowers are dying back and the birds are eating lots of food again! even the picture tells a story, the Bee is slow and lethargic and the Sunflower is showing nearly all seeds are ready to drop - once the Bees have finished the birds can have...
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Hedgehog feeding time

Hedgehog feeding time

David Baxter 15/08/2018 0
It's that time of year to make sure the Hedgehogs are well fed.   August and September are crucial times for Hedgehog survival rates, this is the time of year when the Hedgehogs are gaining weight ready for the Winter and although we don't know the outlook for the Winter yet, it is essential the Hedgehogs are at least 600 grammes before the cold weather arrives.   Keeping a fresh water supply on the ground and feeding scraps (or good Hedgehog food) to the Hogs and their young will give them all they need to get ready for what ever the Winter can throw at them. If you have the room then to ...
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Please remember WATER

Please remember WATER

David Baxter 26/06/2018 0
Dry weather alert - please put fresh water out for your wildlife.   While this very hot dry weather is with us, please do spare a thought ofr the wildlife around you, there are no puddles and most other drinking oportunities are few and far between, this is a time of year when we humans can make a real difference, don't worry about what sort of container, just find something that is clean and will hold a shallow level of water for the ground based animals and birds to drink from and bathe in.   There is not much more needs to be said really! Please help your wildlife....
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