Frosty Heathland at Dawn

On the weekend I decided to get up (comparatively) early, and take a stroll out onto the heath to enjoy a beautiful crisp winter’s dawn. When I say crisp, I mean -7 degrees Celsius. Nevertheless, there was not a cloud in the sky, and if you wrapped up warm enough, it was a lovely day Read More…

Stonechat and Snipe

I’m pleased that I have put the second weekend of the year to good use – I have seen two species that I had previously never seen in Surrey, both beautiful. I had always previously thought that Surrey was a bleak and boring place for wildlife, with only a handful of common species, and only Read More…

SWT Promotional Video

Just a short blog post this time (I think anyone who took it upon themselves to read my last one deserves a break). The Surrey Wildlife Trust has just released a new promotional video, and they included some of my footage in it. See if you can spot it (there are two clips)… If you Read More…

2016 – An Eventful Year

This year has been  a very eventful year, both for wildlife conservation worldwide and for me personally. So I’ve decided to write a little blog post on the highlights. Please excuse me if I miss anything out – I’ve tried my hardest to gather all of the significant news. First of all, on an international Read More…