By middle of March a pair of magpies were nest building in a cherry tree at foot of our garden, two metres from a three-storey house whose east facing end wall overlooks the back of ours. That wall shelters the … Read More »
I say, I say: why did the magpie help the hedgehog across the road? No, it’s not a joke. It happened for real, was caught on a dashcam and the footage uploaded to YouTube, albeit with the altruistic bird labelled, … Read More »
By far the commonest tit – in fact the commonest non water bird, period – in Attenborough is the blue tit. Here’s one snapped yesterday as I took advantage of the sunshine, and highest temperatures in many a month, to … Read More »
The weir at Beeston, snapped soon after our move to Nottingham in November 2018. See these gates? Their concrete platform is two metres above the river. In this next image, taken in late January this year, we can just make … Read More »
Attenborough on the last day of 2020 … A happy new year to one and all …
Attenborough on the first day of the last month of the first year of the third decade of the third millennium. *
This presented itself as a screen saver when I fired up this morning. And this is one of my own, shot – in a manner of speaking – at Saigon Zoo, Christmas Eve 2012.