Archive | January, 2010

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

I visited the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London today. The photos were fantastic and inspiring. The sort of thing most of us can only dream about taking. What is most impressive is the Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition. The winner of the under 10 years […]

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Cbeebies – Gardening and Nature

Sitting watching Dirt Girl World with my son last night got me wondering how much these sorts of programmes will influence our children. There is a plethora of nature type programmes on CBeebies (my son has yet to graduate to CBBC, except for ‘the Deadly 60′). Dirt Girl World is in fact my least favourite […]

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Its Back Again

Well I got it wrong in my last post. We have over an inch of snow today. The garden looks lovely with a fantastic frozen washing line. One of my best Christmas presents, a ladybird house, although not being used yet, also looks great. Has anyone got any ideas where would be the best place […]

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After the Snow

Here in London the snow has just about all gone. I have one rather active squirrel in my garden, busy reburying nuts – perhaps he knows that there is more to come. My 5 year old has loved spotting the different birds visiting our garden over this coldspell. Long tailed tits, great tits, blue tits, […]

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