Here in the south East of England snow is on the ground for only a few days each year. This makes the one or two days when there is a fresh snowfall extra special as you can see exactly what’s around and what they’ve been up to
2011 was a great year for Beech Mast on a couple of trees on my patch. As I watched the mast ripen my thoughts turned to the usefulness of this plentiful food source.
A short and sweet video of me blabbering on about the fallow deer rut and a short clip of a Fallow buck on his rutting stand. Filmed on Saturday afternoon on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire.
It’s a bright, cold morning with thick dew and a little frost on the tired autumn grass. We’ve come to a favourite spot in the Ashdown Forest in East Sussex. From our vantage point, looking north we can see for miles, right the way to the greensand ridge that borders the Weald. We’re in typical [...]
I had that first feeling of autumn a week or two ago. Just a tiny touch but it was definitely there. Now just to prove that time is flying by as usual I’m crunching my way over windblown hazelnuts and squelching my way through unripe apples, plums and even the odd overripe (sometimes you just [...]