With Christmas just around the corner, and the UK having its first snow of the season this weekend (although it was torrential rain for most!), I thought now would be the perfect time to write about the weather that excites me the most. I've always been fascinated by snow. As a child, the sight of … Continue reading Snow – Perfect Weather for Wildlife Watching
In the UK butterflies are synonymous with hot summer's days with plenty of sunshine. To sit and watch such beautifully coloured insects flit from flower to flower is a true delight of the British summer. It may surprise you then, that Britain is also home to one species of butterfly that prefers a harder life. … Continue reading The Mountain Ringlet – Britain’s Toughest Butterfly?
The world's largest lizard, the Komodo dragon, is found on a select few Indonesian islands in the Komodo National Park, and on Western Flores. With a maximum length of three metres, the dragons can tackle prey much larger than itself, including pigs, deer, and water buffalo. But this giant lizard doesn't just have size on … Continue reading In the Realm of Dragons -A Trip to Komodo
Hi there, I've had some fantastic experiences with wildlife and the natural world, and have decided it's time for me to share some of my best (and worst) experiences, in the hope that it may interest, entertain, and maybe even inspire others. I haven't quite got to grips with the whole thing yet, but once … Continue reading Tentative Steps