This blog post is an ode to the turnstones in Campbeltown harbour.
When the tide was high the turnstones grouped together, huddled and impatient, just above the water line on the harbour wall. Looking down on them from the harbour wall,
For August my bird of the month post is a tribute, a fond farewell, to the swifts. A goodbye for another year.
They began their exodus from our skies in the middle of July. By the middle of this month they
My bird of the month for July is the dipper. I wanted to chose something joyful and light-hearted. Seeing a dipper ALWAYS brings me joy.
We've spent a lot of time down by the river in the past month. The
The choice for my bird of the month for June was an easy one. I've chosen the Carrion Crow. Even before we found an injured juvenile crow in our garden last week, crows were featuring heavily in my month.
June has marked one whole year without our beautiful Buddy dog. I haven't talked about it much in my public space as it feels like quite an awkward subject matter and I was too raw to handle any criticism (which
This week marks ten years since I registered as self employed and began my business journey. Ten years! I honestly can't believe I've been doing this for a decade. It genuinely still feels brand new. I still look at other
I have chosen the siskin as my bird of the month for May. These little yellow sweethearts have been our constant companions in the garden this month. We haven't really seen siskins on the feeders here before - except the