30 April 2021
20 April 2021
Two jackdaws stare at me from their perch in a beautiful stand of spring-tipped silver birches. They are suspicious of me, but I mean no harm.
A jay looks, slightly myopically, in my direction, not sure if I will pass by....
A red kite surveys me from the safety of his thermal, then zooms away, uninterested.
Geese - Canadas:
Fly past in formations, oblivious to, or just unconcerned about, my insignificance.
I walk, with my wife, quietly - with little conversation - every morning. I carry a camera all the time. One time I may see a Barn Owl dropping in on some busy rodent:
17 April 2021
Lessons in rewilding
We have only been in Norfolk for a few weeks, but it's growing on me.... No offence, but it's like ivy is creeping up my legs, and mistletoe may have taken root in my armpits.... Although we are in a substantial village, our new home is only a 45 minute walk to the beach on the eastern shore of The Wash. And the walk takes us through the forest of Wild Ken Hill, a romantic name if ever there was none....