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The sky as Sea : DIVERSIFLY BLOG #9

Watching a murmuration of starlings is so close to watching underwater films of shoals of small fish it makes me realise how similar these two mediums are… both with oxygen and water – just in different ratios: they have the same challenges, the same opportunities for both predator and prey being very much three or […]

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Late Night Out?: DIVERSIFLY BLOG #8

or early start to your day? and you have a chance to see the birds of the night…or hear them…. This Blog is part of the DIVERSIFLY project: For more details on the project go here Uncertain about whether owls would set up home in urban territories, as successfully as say the peregrine falcon I decided to […]

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Little Brown Birds: DIVERSIFLY BLOG #7

Do you have a problem working out just what little brown bird you are looking at?      I do! So I have been looking at the RSPB chatroom on this subject and found the following really useful: Posted byRoyW  on 21 Jan 2013 7:46 PM It takes time to get to know what you need […]

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Fancy Pigeons?: DIVERSIFLY BLOG #5

The poor old pigeon, it’s not very well liked is it? Even its name “Feral Pigeon” sounds dirty and unwanted. But wherever you live in Britain, if you are in a town or city – you will be lucky enough to see them, often I know, I know – Sky Rats, they are called, and […]

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Your LAST CHANCE to buy!! or donate x

This is your last chance to buy, or donate to the Kickstarter campaign I am running on behalf of Fair Acre Press Go here – to either donate from £1 to whatever as a kindness, a generous support of a tiny publishing house with huge ambitions for its writers, projects and books. buy a copy […]

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Listen to Matthew Oates

Just over a year ago I interviewed Matthew Oates on the subject of Stinging Nettles – for the Arts Council England-funded project “Maligned Species” You can hear that less than 20 minute podcast here TOMORROW our kickstarter campaign closes – and your ONLY chance to buy a limited edition hardback copy of Matthew Oates’ new […]

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