Tag Archives: Britain

Good News for Hedgehogs

Photo Credit:¬†Gaudete Hedgehogs were a familiar sight as I was growing up in Southern Ireland. We used to put out food for them at dusk. Our house was close to woods and soon a hedgehog would venture out and tuck … Continue reading

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A Walk in Holland Park

London Parks are rich in history and beauty and Holland Park is no exception. Pwehaps not as well known as Hyde Park, Regents Park and St James Park it is well worth a visit. It is also a great place to see Ring-necked Parakeets. This invasive spe… Continue reading

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A walk in Sr James’s park part two

The spring borders are beautiful with flowers in bloom everywhere. Coots everywhere and a beautiful view of Whitehall anf the Horseguards Continue reading

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Appearances can be Deceptive: Part one

Recently I went for another walk by a different lake. The first photograph should give you a good clue re location – with Buckingham Palace in the background! Wildlife was everywhere and Spring was clearly well underway. Continue reading

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