2020 may have derailed some but to be brutally honest; I'm still firmly on that path to delivering on my many ambitions of making my presence count for something. I'm sure many of you get that in this weird year that is 2020. I am still focussed on my continual improvement processes, striving daily to... Continue Reading →
The blog has gone quiet but why? A quick review of my latest activities plus some amateur video footage from the fields of lowland England.
Just a brief update for my followers, I'm doing fine guys and who knows when I'll be revisiting the blog, but I thought you deserved an explanation. This lady, Amanda is running a successful business from her Facebook page and I think it reinstates my mission as well. Do take a read and you'll soon... Continue Reading →
One of naturestimeline’s core business objectives – Freelancing
A quick blog of perhaps several to highlight where and how I intend naturestimeline to develop over the coming months and years from a business sense and also from an educational viewpoint. My working background Freelance Professional - Short-term contract worker offering Bird Surveys/Desk Research/Work from Home Office services Visiting Researcher and professional Ornithologist/Field... Continue Reading →
Ongoing Research – slowly building up the knowledge base!
For those who might have missed this, I’ll reblog this article here. On my way to fulfilling my mission statement. “birding through the seasons, why birds matter and how to conserve them”.
As of this afternoon, I have completed a first stage of many by documenting my scanned (poorly) handwritten notes for a personal research project I have in mind. An example from one of the 184 notes I have uploaded in recent days is shown below.
*be prepared for a geek moment
Doxie scanned example of handwritten notes – Yellow Wagtail 1
I have also tagged them within Evernote with various wordings for later referencing. For those of you who don’t know what Evernote is, it is a digital note-taking software package and is available with both offline and online versions. Below is an example screen grab of my current Evernote setup for the purposes of this Bird Research Project.
Evernote setup screen grab example – Yellow Wagtail 1
I may eventually try to find a way of incorporating this growing evidence base of notes of viable conservation measures onto
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