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As taken from my Facebook page. It truly pays to “mix it up” in the Agricultural sector for Farmland Birds

A very quick blog post, just to prove I'm still around in both the virtual and more appropriately, the real world.   "A Wee while back I said I would refer back to that excellent publication, that is Farming and Birds - New Naturalist Series no. 135, as written by Ian Newton. Well, here's a … Continue reading As taken from my Facebook page. It truly pays to “mix it up” in the Agricultural sector for Farmland Birds

Continual Monitoring of Bird-Friendly habitats on Farmland

Bird-friendly farms do exist! Ongoing monitoring illustrates the ups and downs of bird populations on our UK's green and pleasant lands.

Encouraging better care of the environment

Encouraging better care of the environment. Farming for sustainable food and wildlife populations in the years to come.

A kind winter thus far in the UK

What a difference a year makes. Winter 2015/16 when compared to winter 2016.17 is so vastly different. Find out more here at naturestimeline.com

Getting out and about at Farm Fest 2014

Naturestimeline hasn’t ceased to be, in spite of what some might wish or hope for and on the outside chance that you may have missed me, I’ve had PC issues and well, I’m back.On the 12th July, I was out and about supporting a local farming enterprise recently, hence the post title* *click on the … Continue reading Getting out and about at Farm Fest 2014

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