Category Archives: Turville

Summoned by sunset

I ran up Turville Hill to see the sunset before it faded. Continue reading

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My bird year 2016

In 2016 I saw 120 bird species and heard four, mainly around Turville, Otmoor, Little Marlow and Dartmoor. Continue reading

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Flown the nest

I have been monitoring house martins for the British Trust for Ornithology. Here are my findings. Continue reading

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The birds still sing

There is comfort in nature in difficult times Continue reading

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Kites across the road

I used to have to go into the woods to find the baby kites that hatched in the Chilterns, but now they are fearless.   This week there was a baby calling in the tree opposite our house in Turville.  The adult … Continue reading

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Make way for badgers!

While in some counties badgers are being culled, I am pleased to say that in Bucks they are being protected. The road teams are out in force around Turville, filling in the potholes—work which is long overdue. At the top … Continue reading

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Back on the straight and wide

I have to keep a close watch on Ibstone footpath 5 close to my home as it is repeatedly obstructed or not restored. Continue reading

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