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Walks with the Camera (11th November 2012)

A brief write-up of my dawn winter walk in the New Forest, featuring a frosty sunrise, crossbills and a fallow buck.

Winter sunrise through beech branches

Seasonal Update - January 2020

The usual seasonal round up, plus new research on how noise pollution affects robin territoriality & the impact of tourism on white shark diet.

Frosted bramble leaf

Seasonal Update - December 2019

The usual seasonal round up, plus wildlife news & new research on how human voices reduce predator activity & culling badgers disrupts their behaviour.

Autumnal beech leaves

Seasonal Update - November 2019

A look at medium-range weather models for winter & sage advice from David Attenborough, plus new research on tool use in pigs & squirrels eavesdropping on birds.

Misty New Forest dawn

Seasonal Update - October 2019

A look at hurricane Dorian last month, plus new research on how bees pickup pesticides from weeds and whether staring down seagulls can save your chips.

Wildlife Watching - October

Wildlife Watching - October

A round of up of October's wildlife highlights, including a look at the lifecycle of shrews, the autumn bird migration and why leaves change colour in autumn.

New Forest heather in bloom

Seasonal Update - September 2019

A look at August’s weird weather, plus new reports on water stress & new studies on black squirrels & the nectar drought facing Britain’s bees.

Wildlife Watching - September

Wildlife Watching - September

A round of up the wildlife highlights to be found during September, including a look at the deer rut, the lack of garden birds this month and a berry bounty.

August sunset on the New Forest

Seasonal Update - August 2019

A review of last month's weather, plus how you can help fight climate change & new studies on tawny owl calling & the unique genetics of Britain's red squirrels.

Wildlife Watching - August

Wildlife Watching - August

A round of up the wildlife highlights to be found during August, including a look at the roe deer rut, dead shrews and the stunning wasp spider.