A special episode where we answer your questions on wildlife photography, advice on the different camera options, macro lens advice and tips on photographing moving insects and pond life are among other questions answered. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | TuneIn | Spotify | RSS | More
Its world wetlands day, so to celebrate the wonderful wildlife we find in these habitat I thought I’d share my best shots of freshwater life I took last year. All the underwater shots are in photographic aquarium. This a photo heavy post so I’ve kept the text to a minimum! My first freshwater photo of…Details
We talk to Adrian Thomas from the RSPB about the Big Garden Birdwatch 2020, projects he has worked on, bird song and wildlife gardeningDetails
What pond creatures, such as the pond oilve mayfly, do to survive the cold in winter, and give some tips on how to look after your pond when it freezes over. Kestrel decline and our first memory’s of garden wildlife, and what surprises us about nature. Seal pup deaths and should dogs be allowed in nature reserves.Details
2019 will go down as a mixed year. I have tried to limit myself to 1 image a month which I failed miserably at! I’m going to do another post of the best freshwater photos too! It started off slowly as my ‘dream job’ I had been working towards getting really started to turn into…Details
In News we discuss: The sad passing of David Bellamy Harvest Mice thriving on a reintroduction site Baby porpoise poisoned by pollution We answer Steve Bonds question about a magpie eating a mouse And our main topic is wildlife species associated with Christmas: reindeer, robins, holly and mistletoe Click here to play Subscribe here:Apple…Details
We discuss in News: Leaky Dams, rise in poisoned owl no.s in Epping Forest and dormouse decline. The main topic of discussion is Graham’s question: It was interesting and encouraging to hear in episode 1 of your podcast that the young children seem to be growing up with quite a good grasp of natural knowledge,…Details
We talk about at migration, but mostly in amphibians, reptile, insects, fish and bats, rather than birds.In news: Neil moans about Angling Trust trying to get cormorants on General license and we talk about better news on beaver reintroduction Podcast notes: Angling Trust Cormorant added to general license campaign page (warning depressing and scientifically dubious…Details
Episode 1 – we discuss what we’ve been up to (SPOILER: Me lots, Vic not so much), Shorted owls, Skomer and how children are good at find fungi and invertsDetails
We have a Podcast.
I and Victoria Hillman will be talking UK or British Wildlife.
In this episode we introduce ourselves and our plans for the podcastDetails