My tenth annual video slideshow.
A conversation with a friend about the books that have brought us comfort over the years.
A vixen screams.
There’s been snow on the ground since before Christmas, and throughout the first week of the year.
Snowy Hebden Bridge, and a non-snowy owl.
Richard Carter’s fascinating exploration of his local grouse-moor in West Yorkshire digs deep into natural history, human history, prehistory, and the history of science. His writing is grounded, insightful, and frequently hilarious, and he shows how falling in love with your own local patch can be a gateway to the whole world.
—Neil Ansell, author and journalist