Category Archives: Birds

Serenaded by warblers

Otmoor is bursting with warblers. Continue reading

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Early bird at Cowleaze Wood

I repeated my bird survey for the Thame Valley Conservation Trust and recorded plenty of singing males. Continue reading

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South Downs celebrations

I spoke at the seventh anniversary event of the South Downs National Park and called for agricultural funding to be directed to public access post-Brexit. Continue reading

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Out and about at Stackpole

Ramblers’ Welsh Council was at Stackpole on the Pembrokeshire coast with great opportunities for walking. Continue reading

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‘It was the first mild day of March’

Eight-mile walk from Turville, Bucks, as spring comes to the Chilterns. Continue reading

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Hanging in the wind

At Otmoor I saw marsh harrier and hen harrier simultaneously and then a Cetti’s warbler. A good day. Continue reading

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A busy field

It’s good when Ramblers organise walks which show the issues with which we are involved. Continue reading

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