Hi just a quick message to let the people know who follow my blog that I have decided to put Ruth an my health first. Ruth had a Knee replacement 3 weeks ago and I am have a New Hip in the next 2 months. I am really upset that I have not got out… Read more »
Hi to all the people from the site that follow my blog, as you cant leave comments i have no idea who or if anyone reads it. This time of the year is always quiet as the adults are feeding their young. It will get busy again soon as the young leave the nest. I… Read more »
After a long spell of rain it was time for a walk to the hide, very quiet still but on the way i did notice a Blackbird with worms in its bill. So it looks like the quiet spell is due to the fact that all the adults are very busty feeding the young in… Read more »
This is an amazing bird to photograph at the hide. You can get so close to this shy bird. It has so many different movements. When it comes in to feed it is very alert always looking around for danger. It is clever at finding places to place the Peanut to eat it. Small holes… Read more »
I was sat in the hie on Wednesday and noticed lots of small white butterflies flying backwards and forwards not landing. I could see that they had a Orange marking on them so it new they were the Orange tip British Butterfly that arrives in April Mat time. They never stop to get a picture… Read more »
Another new arrival flew in today and what a bird this is, not seen at the van since 2015 when it decided to nest close by and raised i young. I built a new Bird Table from and old log and a nice old peace of Pine and erected it outside the front of the… Read more »
Very quiet at the hide so i spent some time just taking pictures of wild flowers and a few on site. Don’t know what they are but the colour and detail are amazing.
Hi to all the new site members who are not aware of the Wildlife Hide i built in 2015. Its in a prime location away from ant disturbance and is an ideal spot for Animals and Birds to feed and roam without being noticed. If you fancy seeing the Jay, Woodpecker and at least 30… Read more »
Hi i have been suffering with severe back and Leg pain after Injection in my spine, so as its not worked i am looking at Back Decompression. I still get to the hide but the Birds are not like usual for the time of year. Me and Ruth have been as busy i she will… Read more »
Day 3 observing the Owl near the hide, and i notice 2 days she does the same thing. She tends to hunt from 1400 to 15.30 sometimes returning to her roosting box. I have observed a very interesting fact, that i read for years that the Barn Owl will not hunt in the rain and… Read more »
The site opened and i went to do my normal check of the Hide after winter, but i did visit early Jan/Feb before the site opened. There was a very welcoming site as i came down the track through the woods, silently hunting was the amazing Barn Owl. I was so excited after so long… Read more »
Hi to all the people that follow the Blog, lots to do at the Hide and the good news is there has been a Barn Owl sighting near the hide. I am going to make a Barn Owl Nest box and sight it on the telegraph pole in the meadow at the hide. The Weather… Read more »
Hi to all the Bloggers that take the time to look at this wonderful selection of Animals Birds and Flora. It was a great season in 2018 with new species recorded and some photographed. I am really hoping that 2019 will be as good and I will try my hardest after struggling Last year with… Read more »
I ma very impressed with the Olympus on how much detail it captures and the colours and composition seems to be perfect. I do edit most pictures but i rarely alter the colours. This little Pied Wagtail and Great Tit were on the way back from the coast in small wood near to were we… Read more »
Another nice day in Cleveley’s Lancashire so i headed off with the camera to see if the tide was in, as the Sandlings feed close to the shore line and are great to get close to without them flying off. A hard bird to get great detail being white but i got a few nice… Read more »
More practice with the new camera up at Fleetwood, lots of Mallard and Redshank, Sandpiper and Turnstone. All flying very fast so i had my work cut out but managed a few images, but there is a long way to go before i master this new Camera.
Fleetwood Lancashire is a great place for wading birds in the Winter and the Boating lake attracts lots of species when the tide is in. The Heron is one that uses it to sit in the sun and chill out before it goes off for food, these were taken using the Olympus EM1 MK2.
I have waited a long time to get the chance to get up and personal with this Lovely little Duck. It has a habit of moving away as soon as its sense something not right or anyone lurking in the grass with a Camera. The Tide was high today and the cold winter sun was… Read more »