Big Easy Seed Feeder
Natural Log Tit Box
If the Goldfinches have disappeared out of gardens it is because they are enjoying thistles in the wider countryside.
Sedge Warblers will soon be departing south, but the second brood of young still need feeding
Nicholas has just returned from the Farne Islands. This is the best place to see Puffins, usually between the middle of June and the middle of July
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Most of the Terns that bred on our island now have young that are flying. They still wait around the island for fish to be brought to them. It is a big transition from being brought food to diving int
Yellow Wagtails gather up in flocks at this time of year where there is an abundance of insects - often around farm animals. They need to fatten up before they make their long journey South, which inv
We have four owls - one is a bit camera shy! Their fluffy feathers are going and they are starting to stretch their wings
The Common Gull is just a winter visitor to us here in Lincolnshire. It breeds in the north of England and in Scotland.
Black Headed Gulls are now thinking about winter as they have also finished bree
Have you heard a Grasshopper Warbler singing? Their song sounds like a fisherman's reel going out. Not everyone can hear this song, it is a high pitched sound and the whole body of the bird vibrates w
Our harvest has started with Organic stubble turnips. This is grown as a seed crop, for farmers to sow to feed their stock.
Unfortunately it doesn’t look like the crop is going to yield well this ye
The Moorhens on our pond now have a second brood that they are rearing. The pond with all its weed is an ideal habitat for them.
In the winter of 2012/13 Nicholas planted a few Alder Buckthorn saplings, which are the food source for the Brimstone caterpillar. Quite simply if there was no Alder Buckthorn, or Purging (Common) Buc
Our Sand Martin family is growing well in our gravel pits
Reed Warblers continue to sing in the reeds, they will be on their first brood now that the reeds have grown sufficiently to hide their nests
We have several Leverets around the farm - this is one of a litter of two, with Mum in the background.
This one was going to an oil seed rape field to find caterpillars. Oil seed rape is the best crop for birds - more birds feed and nest in it than any other crop.
We have a new installation on the farm - a very smart Bug Hotel, or maybe we should call it a Bug Mansion? Made by a local tradesman, Chas, it is built from reclaimed bricks, pine cones and discarded
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