A rare bird visits our garden.
Writing tagged: ‘Hebden Bridge’
In which I encounter a brown and white magpie.
In nature, individuals aren’t just in competition with the elements or other species.
In which I (again) bemoan the naming of storms, and experience what it’s like to go off grid.
This wonderful autumn has finally begun to show signs of ‘back-endishness’, although there are still plenty of glorious colours to admire.
After several days of pretty dreadful weather, Jen and I were finally able to get some decent autumn strolls in over the last week.
A thrilling encounter on the most inauspicious of days
A surprisingly fruitful week in terms of random bird encounters
27 September 2021
Our semi-tame resident pheasant, Philip (whom I suspect is actually Philip III), has been strutting proudly about the garden the last few days with missus and kids in tow.
It was 20 years ago today…
…that Jen and I moved into our forever home.
1 August 2021
A wren and a woodpecker.
31 July 2021
Two random encounters.
I have been interviewed for the local HebWeb site.