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"Puttock augmentation" (part three).

June 03, 2020 - Whilst we are stuck in Royal Berkshire at present, it seems only fit to again report on the Royal County's Royal Kites....
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A bit batty?

December 31, 2019 - My eldest and I are having great fun this winter "holiday" looking for and finding barn owls in the local countryside at...
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"The wildlife daddies" - a year on the road.

November 07, 2019 - Seems a bit crass, posting this, after the sad news a week ago, but here it is anyway. Whilst most people record on the...
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Watch the birdies...

April 28, 2019 - A brief(ish) post today as I've been rugby coaching and gardening all day, plus showing Ben a barn owl (a proper, live,...
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What's brown, steaming and comes out of cow(e)s?

August 11, 2018 - …. The Isle of Wight Ferry of course. Doesn't really work as a written joke that... as when written, one needs to add a...
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800 yards of ‘mac. 6) April.

April 12, 2017 - 6 months in. I know, April isn’t six months in to a calendar year is it, but as I started “800 yards of ‘mac” last No...
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800 yards of 'mac. 4) February

February 13, 2017 - Starting to stir. I’ve never been a huge fan of February. A miserable month generally; often the coldest of the yea...
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The milky birds are on me!

January 06, 2017 - Regular reader(s?) of this blog may know that I’m blogging about a local half-mile stretch of (single track) country roa...
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800 yards of 'mac. 2) December

December 14, 2016 - Doesn’t time fly when you’re not having fun?! It was a month ago already when I started my monthly blog about life on h...
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The longest day and a few short thoughts...

June 21, 2012 - Well gang, we made it. Just. Today (June 21 st) marks the longest day of the year – and as I write this (at 7am), looki...
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Bad hare day

June 08, 2012 - The chances of seeing an early summer seem to have stalled somewhat this week, with quite a bit of rain (over 50% of the...
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"Operation noctua" - week 14 update - have we hatched eggs?

May 23, 2012 - Still a month away from the (official) start of summer, but you’d be forgiven for thinking its July now – what with it b...
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The youngsters appear

May 14, 2012 - Whilst my ongoing health issues limit my outings at present - and the weather remains changeable at best (apart from a c...
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"Operation noctua" end of week 6

April 01, 2012 - Another warm (for the time of year) week but all change now as the blocking anticyclone drifts off into the north Atlant...
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"Operation noctua" end of week 4 - spliced HD video

March 17, 2012 - In the main the week has been foggy in the mornings then sunny, still and warm (very warm on a few days), with rain arri...
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