Category: #PatchChat

Yellow shoulder in the morning

Dawn in the Forests of Bonaire

Just before light chases them away, geckos chirp their farewells from tree to tree and branch to branch.  As the blackness of night dissolves in to the brightness of day, the first bird...

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Parakeet Feeding in Hyde Park

The Nature of London

From Her Majesty’s Swans to feral Parakeets, Hyde Park has its fair share of wildlife, and the community is thriving. Entering the park at the Royal Albert memorial (definitely worth a look!) onto...

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Autumnal wonders and where to see them

Autumn is a season like no other: one of colour, action and perpetual movement. A season which I cherish above all others, which marks the start of a number of subliminal wild spectacles,...

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Last ray of sun shines through the bleak fields

The Sad Sun of Autumn

Do you ever look at the Sun and think, ‘How sad?’ It is a feeling associated with Autumn. How odd it is that the Sun, an everlasting and constant form, can be perceived...

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Tear-stained berries marking the end of summer.

Summer Days Gone By

Snails clung to the slippery stems of the plant. Leaves were stained and dripped with the tears of the clouds and I trundled past in my wellington boots, out for a morose walk...

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Nature Blogging: Why Bother?

One of the most common questions raised whenever someone stumbles across my blog, particularly from those of a non-environmental background is: why bother? Surely it takes up too much time, provides very little in...

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