Gosh, well aren’t I a pale Janet..
Hedges and trees shrouded with netting are a visual representation of how we are increasingly squashing precious nature into a smaller and smaller box and how we are forcing it to fit in with our plans that will have devastating consequences.
I really recommend reading this article:
Enough is enough.
Image courtesy of: Butterfly Conservation
Get out there and see what you can spot!
100% unapologetic about the title. A beautiful rendition of a classic four-year-old’s joke… Masterful. What do you mean “no”?… I was proud of that one!
London Wildlife Challenge day: We all lost count weeks ago, Tooby…
I spotted these lads on my daily commute to Turnham Green tube station. I believe them to be ‘Honey Fungus’ Armillaria mellea… Although they’re rather beautiful, these guys are a real pest, attacking the roots of woody plants, often leading to the death of the innocent host plant (such as the tree pictured here)… Bloody nightmare if you ask me…
DID YOU KNOW – Plastic kills ONE MILLION seabirds a year – and 90% of all seabirds have plastic in their stomach!! Bit of a worry really. Scratch that… A HUGE worry. Time to demolish a custard cream and a cup of tea I think, after hearing that…© Eve Sanders (ToobysTravels)
Happy #NationalSealDay – time to celebrate all things about British seals. Did you know that the UK enjoys 40% of the world’s population of grey seals? How bloody cute are these blubbery babas!!! Sadly, seals are considered an issue for aquaculture businesses, particularly in Scotland. Although the government denies a ‘seal cull’, they have licensed the shooting of over 1300 seals!!!….. All smells a bit fishy to me… 😦 Time to further protect these beautiful animals, me thinks.
A truly powerful video by a naturalist I love and trust since he correctly identified an enormous beetle that flew into my face (a good day, made better). Now is the time to find solutions to the problems and help our precious and yet severely depleted wildlife get back on track.