‘Notes from Walnut Tree Farm’ is by far my favourite Roger Deakin book. His assembled notes and jottings are packed full of ideas. The signal-to-noise ratio is phenomenal.
In which I describe a few of my favourite bridges from my photo-project ‘Hebden's Other Bridges’.
I have provided an article for a new anthology about wading birds.
My recommendations for some top nature reading have been included in the updated Caught by the River Nature Book Reader webzine.
I've never seen stars remotely approaching those in Anglesey. There are so damn many of them. Thousand upon thousand. Too many to count.
On the unlikely 17th and 18th-century German fashion of keeping tree frogs to forecast the weather.
August on the Dee Marshes and the Pennine Moors, including encounters with a bolshie pheasant, a practising peregrine, and a flirty wheatear.
If Charles Darwin could do his bit for science from the comfort of his own home, perhaps we can too.
When your instincts and your compass disagree, trust your instincts. I mean your compass.
How a mere week can make a big difference in the natural world.