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New Blog

Well, i hate to have to do this but i have had to move server and database and have started a new blog site – on the new blog both Ian and myself will be writing posts. To continue reading posts please go to: The New Wild Places Blog I will leave this one here […]

Spring has sprung at last!

Well, it’s been a while since i’ve updated the blog here, the back end of winter seemed to be pretty quiet – too windy or rainy for mist netting or mothing – just had to be content with getting on with my knitting (very slowly) and i got accepted by the Uist Craft Producers so […]

Uist – busy winter!

Well, new year, new list so we were up and out on the 1st January having challenged ourselves to see as many species as we could during the short daylight hours. First bird of the day as it was starting to get light was a Dunnock in the garden. We had a pretty relaxing day […]

Missing those Blue Tits?

As we get to the end of what has been a very busy year it’s only natural to look back at life at the beginning of the year and compare it with how it is now. I feel very, very lucky to be able to sit here and type this and look out of the […]

Uist – November 2010

Well not too much to report this month although we did manage to ring over 150 new birds – not too bad seeing as we had nearly a week away in Lewis. I’ve included a summary at the end of this post. We were able to start colour ringing the House Sparrows here in Askernish, […]