Category Archives: Bucks

Pooley’s peregrine

I like going to County Hall in Aylesbury in spring as there’s the chance of seeing a peregrine. Continue reading

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Jingle-jangle morning

I was up early this morning to look for corn buntings near Lodge Hill at Bledlow in the Bucks Chilterns, and was at the start of my walk by 6.30.  As I crossed the fields the skylarks were singing, with … Continue reading

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Gull Friday

There was a Caspian gull by Spade Oak Lake, Little Marlow, on Friday. Continue reading

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Coal tit coincidence

I was pleased to find a coal tit on my winter bird survey where I had seen one two months before. Continue reading

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Chilterns’ future

I have commented on the draft management plan for the Chilterns AONB: mostly good but too laid-back on paths and access. Continue reading

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Farewell to enterprising Eddie

Eddie Bilous, my carriage-driving friend, has died aged only 65. Continue reading

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Crossbill corner

On my bird survey walk near Stokenchurch for the River Thame Conservation Trust I saw a crossbill Continue reading

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