Category: <span>UK</span>

Fox Cubs

Throughout the summer three of the fox cubs have been regularly seen outside the earth, allowing us to follow their development. It’s been interesting over this period to observe their individual characteristics as they grow.  From the outset one of the three was becoming the dominant individual. Often both initiating the sparring and winning the…


Rural Foxes

For some time we have known that our local common was home to a number of rural foxes. We’d seen one carrying off a rabbit and occasional heard them calling at the start of the mating season. In 2016 we invested in a trail camera to record the comings and goings of the hedgehogs in…


Wildlife in Lockdown

Since early March this year life has been very different in North West Norfolk. This was because of Lockdown. Unfortunately, we were unable to explore our usual local wildlife patches and reserves. Due to Coronavirus the majority of them had been closed. Therefore we decided to use our daily exercise routine to take a closer…


Sparrowhawks in the garden

Living in a village in rural Norfolk there’s always plenty of birds in our wildlife friendly garden. During the summer we often caught a glimpse of a  Sparrowhawk flying over the gardens. Obviously on the look out for its next meal. On one occasion we had the opportunity to capture an image of a one…