I'm no expert but the very wet and mild winter that we're having must be very confusing for our feathered friends. Their biological clocks will have started to tick early as they will be thinking that we're heading towards the first day of spring rather than being stuck still in the middle of winter. That's the beauty of nature: you don't need to be Sir David Attenborough to understand how the weather is affecting the natural world...
When summer finally arrives after a long, hard winter, it’s essential to make the most of it. And even within the confines
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A bird-watcher and photographer is stirring debate with his collection of birds captured in ornithologists’ mist nets. Todd
As Ray Poolman packed his 10-year-old daughter Danielle off with a little chair and binoculars to go on a birdwatching trip