Summer Time, and the living is….well, a little easier….?

I guess it could be said that this year has probably been one of the most unusual in living history for many of us. The period of lock-down as a consequence of the Covid 19 pandemic meant that the Spring butterfly season was restricted to garden observations and occasional sightings on walks in the localContinue reading “Summer Time, and the living is….well, a little easier….?”

The Garden Naturalist

We are currently living in unique circumstances and uncharted waters. The spread of the Coronavirus and the subsequent restrictions we now find ourselves under has meant that most of us have had to radically change the way we lead our lives. Only being allowed to leave home to purchase essential supplies, collect medication and getContinue reading “The Garden Naturalist”

2019 Butterfly Transect Review

After the long, hot summer of 2018 you could be forgiven for wondering how our summer butterflies would have coped with the long period of drought. A parched landscape would not bode well for the larvae of grassland butterflies; or so you would think. The results of the 2019 butterfly transect season show that notContinue reading “2019 Butterfly Transect Review”

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