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Delightful Devon with Alice Hunter Photography

A while ago, I was asked by Alice from Alice Hunter Photography to write a guest post for her blog. Alice currently lives in the South East of England and is a wildlife and landscape photographer herself and you can read all about her work here. It was great to be asked by a fellow […]

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Spring Wildlife

Well spring has truly sprung this past few weeks with a plethora of newly arrived flora and fauna. This has to be my favourite time of year with the emergence of so much new life so I thought I would just share a few of my favourite photographs of this special season. As we are […]

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Goodbye Old Friends

I haven’t posted for ages it seems (October 2014  in fact!), so I thought I would start 2015 by saying goodbye to an old and trustworthy friend – one who has seen me grow and develop over the past 8 years into a competent photographer. We started out on our journey together in 2007 and, […]

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Fundraiser for North Devon Hedgehogs

A very short post to highlight an excellent night out in aid of North Devon Hedgehog Rescue. If you are free on Sunday 28th April and can join us we would love to see you there :0)

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Autumn Has Arrived

I haven’t been able to write much of late about the garden as essentially it has been too wet and boggy to do anything. However, with a warm sunny weekend bestowed upon us I have been able to venture out and start on some of the projects I was unable to do over the summer […]

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Documenting our Wildlife

As a simple visual way of recording the visitors to our garden I have created a Pinterest board to keep a note of all of our sightings. It really is quite amazing what you discover when you just sit, listen, watch and quietly spend time in the garden. Why not pop over and see who’s […]

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New Arrivals

I was hoping to have had time to write a further post today about the many hedgehogs and hoglets we have taken in this year due to the poor weather. However, for the second weekend running we have had five arrive in our care today – four for temporary residence in outdoor hutches/runs and one […]

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What Happened to the Summer?

Wow! I have just looked back at my last blog post and it was 3 months ago! Where did the summer go? Literally. I thought it was about time to update my blog with a couple of posts both about the work I have been doing with regards wildlife rescue and the garden but also […]

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Breaking Free!

The next couple of months are full of opportunities and looks as though it is going to be a busy time ahead. Spring is well and truly on its way and there is much to do in the garden. The snowdrops, crocuses and daffodils are all in bloom and the veg and herb plots and […]

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It’s Official – We are now Wildlife Superhero’s

After submitting our application to the ‘Big Wildlife Garden’ yesterday we have had confirmation today that we have achieved the ‘Green’ Award and are officially Wildlife Superheros (I have never had that as a title before!). We are so excited and this has now spurred us on to develop the garden further. As I speak […]

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