10 Tips for Nature Bloggers, with Kate on Conservation

I started this website as a place to express my interest in the natural world and to share sightings and photographs from my local ventures. Truth be told, I never planned to start writing; although five-years in, here I am, waffling regularly about myriad environmental topics and thoroughly enjoying myself. Blogging, ultimately, is about findingContinue reading “10 Tips for Nature Bloggers, with Kate on Conservation”

Top 10 Facts: House Sparrow

A history of declines. Once one of Britain’s commonest birds, sparrow numbers have crashed in recent years, with London alone losing three-quarters of its sparrows between 1994 and 2000. Declines in rural sparrow populations are thought to be a result of changing farming practices, particularly the loss of Winter stubble, though the exact reasons forContinue reading “Top 10 Facts: House Sparrow”

Great nature blogs to follow in 2018 (Part 1)

Why not also check out my Top Conservation Twitter Accounts to Follow in 2018…. Thinking Country, by Ben Eagle Ben’s blog is fast becoming my go-to resource for unbiased, pragmatic commentary on rural issues (particularly those associated with agriculture). Hailing from a farming background and focused on promoting dialogue and thus, bridging the gap between allContinue reading “Great nature blogs to follow in 2018 (Part 1)”