This last week I’ve been in Madeira, and below is a bit of a trip report of the wildlife seen. It was a general, not a specific nature-watching, holiday, but nonetheless some good stuff was still seen. It’s worth noting Madeira really is quality over quantity when it comes to wildlife – you could scour …
I’ve been hanging round a couple of bird ID forums recently, and it’s got me thinking about tips I’d give new birders who are struggling to get to grips with bird ID.
A couple of trips out this morning – firstly an early(ish) morning walk through Wheata Wood and on to Stanley Hill and Stubbing House Lane.
A good morning on patch today – a walk through Wheata Wood, the south of the Chase, and up to Bank Lane.
Sorry I’ve not updated this week, I’ve been really busy and not made it out anywhere of note! I made up for it considerably this weekend, with a great trip to Northumberland.
I’ve had something of a busy weekend, conducting two interviews for forthcoming articles.
Tonight I had an evening walk on the Chase, mainly to see if I could find any redstarts
This morning (me, my dad, and Andy H) had a trip out to Hatfield Moors. Nothing out of the ordinary, but a great selection of summer species singing their hearts out in some glorious weather.
It’s been a real day of seasonal transition today, starting brilliantly with a flock of waxwings on Netherthorpe Road.
This lunchtime I had to make a trip into Sheffield Centre, and combined it with a quick look at the River Don between Blonk St and Effingham Street.