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The images you may well have missed

Knowing that not everyone is on Facebook, here is the latest naturestimeline imagery in all its glory or not, as the case may be.#photography#nature#weather#thunderstorms#butterflies Posted by: Tony William Powellon andnaturestimeline.tvon

A naturestimeline Facebook page production – some further randomness

A naturestimeline Facebook page production – some further randomness http://ow.ly/APse7 Wow, having looked back through some recent photographs, I can't believe I've managed to capture this. After all, I am a truly amateur photographer unlike some. Look towards the middle left portion of the first image and just above the telegraph wires, a lightning bolt … Continue reading A naturestimeline Facebook page production – some further randomness

March madness

Before I venture into the mayhem of March 2013, I must apologise for missing out the first Butterfly emergence of the year. This appeared in the form of a Red Admiral (Vanessa atalanta). Find a splendid example of this beauty below, from Finn Holding's The Naturephile Flickr account. *Finn Holding's website is one of several, my readers might … Continue reading March madness

Bird Surveys, ill health and horrendous weather

Why the hiatus, I hear you ask. Well, let me explain if I may. My current job role as a Bird Surveyor/Researcher allows me to intimately follow our feathered friends and log their breeding success. To best illustrate the differing roles out there, I will direct you to a couple of blogs. For example, Lewis Yates, whose exploits this birding season come from … Continue reading Bird Surveys, ill health and horrendous weather

Early April offerings from nature

Here are my latest offerings from my Phenological sightings. I first witnessed a Pendunculate Oak (Quercus robur) in budburst on the 3rd April. This matches quite closely to last year's date of 7th April but is well ahead of 2010's date of 24th April. The average date on which this bud bursting happens is 14th April, based … Continue reading Early April offerings from nature

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