On The Cornish Cliffs

Over the past few months I have been looking for Cornwall's national bird - the Cornish chough to film for an RSPB film. The mission has taken me all over Cornwall's coastlines, and the wildlife I encountered has been spectacular, here are some of the highlights - The Cornish Chough is Cornwall’s national bird and…Read more On The Cornish Cliffs

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My Local Patch: Swanpool

Swanpool has been my local patch for the last 2 years since I moved to Falmouth during my second year at university.  Although in winter Swanpool attracts visitors like Tufted Ducks, the nature reserve in full swing in spring is much more exciting to me!  Things have really kicked off over the past few weeks (and…Read more My Local Patch: Swanpool

Falmouth Evening Walks: Signs of Spring

After a freezing start to spring, it is finally starting to feel and look like spring.  The temperature is definitely rising, and the wildlife is starting to get busy, waking up from hibernation, or preparing to raise a new generation.  I also love the misty mornings, well worth waking up early to see the sunrise…Read more Falmouth Evening Walks: Signs of Spring

Snowy Falmouth

My snow boots made a rare appearance on Wednesday, the day I nearly got stranded at the university after it shut down at noon during a tutorial.  Snow started to fall the night before so I decided to get to university early when the snow had stopped, before the buses stop services.  Blizzard conditions started…Read more Snowy Falmouth

Mai Po: In Search of Black-faced Spoonbills (and more)

Sorry for the lack of update - first term of my final year at university had a lot of writing involved, i.e. my dissertation, and a lot of editing to do for the development portfolio.  I haven't been able to get out much with the camera as a result, although I did (somehow) manage a…Read more Mai Po: In Search of Black-faced Spoonbills (and more)