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21
May
Tuesday 21 May, 2019
The whole worlds turning yellow, or so it lately seems Its putting on a lavish show, above even the greens Birds F... Read More
by Douglas Hart
20
May
Monday 20 May, 2019
A male House Sparrow took a brief pause upon the wildlife garden fence before returning to foraging for the family! A ... Read More
by P.Jones
19
May
Sunday 19th May 2019
Off to the meadows this morning for a change, and they are looking glorious a swathe of delicate pale blue from the Pa... Read More
by Katie Black
18
May
Saturday 18th May 2019
As I started off my walk the strange sound of a Parakeet squawked loudly from above me, this large bird easily spotted... Read More
by Katie Black
17
May
Friday 17th May 2019
Through the woodland the smell of garlic from the Ramsons was still pervading the air, alongside the sweet smell of th... Read More
by Katie Black
16
May
Wednesday 16 May, 2019
Yesterday there was evening excitement as several Bee Eaters were seen from the Castle, Reservoir Copse and Large Cops... Read More
by P.Jones
15
May
Wednesday 15 May, 2019
Once I had a wander In a woodland wreathed in white I stood a while to ponder Beneath the dappled light A wood... Read More
by Douglas Hart
14
May
Tuesday 14 May, 2019
Our first Speckled Wood fluttered along the sunny / shaded margin about Long Meadow over flow car park. The second app... Read More
by P.Jones & S.Semple
13
May
Monday 13th May 2019
Singing loudly and noisily from the amongst the soft green newly emerging leaves at the top of an Ash tree was a Robin... Read More
by Katie Black
12
May
Sunday 12th May, 2019
A glorious spring morning, with brilliant morning sunshine streaming down from an immaculate blue dome of sky. In th... Read More
by Ali Tuckey
11
May
Saturday 11 May, 2018
Last of our kind, we stand alone, bereft of any kin Ancient life from eras past, we have not given in Your paltry ... Read More
by Douglas Hart
10
May
Friday 10 May, 2019
A pair of Greenfinch perched in a Sycamore beside the Centre and were joined by a duo of Goldfinches. On the coastal s... Read More
by P.Jones & S.Semple
09
May
Thursday 9th May 2019
As I started my patrol the early sunshine was still shining, illuminating the newly emerged Ash leaves, making an almo... Read More
by Katie Black
09
May
Friday 09 May, 2019
A pair of Greenfinch perched in a Sycamore beside the Centre and were joined by a duo of Goldfinches. On the coastal s... Read More
by P.Jones
08
May
Wednesday 08 May, 2018
Swirling, prancing, whirling, dancing through valley, dale and canyon The whistling winds of seas and mynds are a co... Read More
by Douglas Hart
07
May
Tuesday 07 May, 2019
Upon exiting the tree cover, whilst descending the diagonal path, I spied ahead of me a Fox. Said mammal paused, about... Read More
by P.Jones
06
May
Monday 06 May, 2019
Todays another day for ears And not a day for eyes Of listening for our feathered peers Of calls and songs and c... Read More
by Douglas Hart
05
May
Sunday 05 May, 2019
I checked upon our new arrivals, eight fresh Herford Calves and their eight mothers were released into field 3 and 3a.... Read More
by P.Jones
04
May
Saturday 4th May, 2019
Despite a chilly north-easterly breeze, its still impossible to deny that spring is here! White scuffs of cloud chase ... Read More
by Ali Tuckey
03
May
Friday 3rd May 2019
A lovely early morning with gorgeous colours flickering on the deep blue sea, the Guillemots that were bobbing and was... Read More
by Katie Black
02
May
Thursday 02 May, 2019
A pair of Speckled Wood butterflies danced alongside South Field Wares dry stone wall. Beside Lighthouse Road the viv... Read More
by P.Jones
01
May
Wednesday 01 May, 2019
A Goldfinch chattered from the top of a Sycamore beside the centre. Around the corner Ash buds had progressed to unfur... Read More
by P.Jones
30
April
Tuesday 30 April, 2019
Bundles of Brown Fir Curious of this new world Fox Cubs out to play A march into Durlston through the Woodlands... Read More
by Douglas Hart
29
April
Monday 29th April, 2019
A fresh spring morning, with a gentle breeze and sunshine filtering through a sky of dappled cloud. Swallows whiz by... Read More
by Ali Tuckey
28
April
Sunday 28 April, 2019
Blackthorn blossom starts to waver and then fade away Its sweetened blooms will lose their savour, then cease to dis... Read More
by Douglas Hart
27
April
Saturday 27th April 2019
A wonderful windy day, with the water a deep blue speckled with the white crests of waves as they turn. A tremendous s... Read More
by Katie Black
26
April
Friday 26 April, 2019
Yesterday I heard my first Cuckoo of the year, however, that was in Wareham! Having been away for a week it was grea... Read More
by P.Jones
25
April
Thursday 25th April, 2019
Flustered flailing feet Soar higher higher higher Wings outstretched, steady A cloudy and windy start to the da... Read More
by Ben Tolley
24
April
Wednesday 24 April, 2019
Again I entered Durlston neath the trees. Three Cornered leeks are blooming in the scene. Herb Roberts flowers never f... Read More
by Douglas Hart
23
April
Tuesday 23 April, 2019
Im up to my neck in Whitethroats Far more than I can count I hear their scratchy song notes As they launch and t... Read More
by Douglas Hart
22
April
Monday 22nd April 2019
As I unlocked the office door a pair of Roe Deer wandered slowly past, their fur looking tatty as they are in the proc... Read More
by Katie Black