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Beekeeper’s Notes: Bees Must Adjust To The Early Seasons

Hugh Coakley keeps bees in Worplesdon Isn’t the weather lovely! Cold at night but dry and sunny during the day. The bees are enjoying it as well, flying whenever they…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.251

By Malcolm Fincham Above average temperatures and bright spells continued into March. Although breezes remained cool it was dry for the most part. See also: Birdwatchers Diary Makes the “Fee”…

As I Walked Out One Spring Morning

By David Rose “When the first breaths of springtime emerge from their slumbers, that bring needed life to the summer ahead, you can then think of days of soft ice…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.250

By Malcolm Fincham By the middle of February there was a change in the weather. Although still relatively mild, the Jet Stream had pushed south calling the end to what…

Volunteers Lay Hedges to Restore Green Networks for Local Wildlife

Local volunteers are working to restore and preserve our hedgerows as part of a partnership between Guildford Borough Council and Surrey Wildlife Trust’s Hedgerow Heritage Project. The project plants and…

Beekeeper’s Notes: I’ve Joined The Ranks Of The Umarell Looking Down Holes In The Road

Hugh Coakley keeps bees in Worplesdon It is still quiet on the beekeeping front. There was some excitement when the roof was blown off a hive in the garden. The…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.249

By Malcolm Fincham High pressure continued its iron-like grip over Europe and the southern regions of the UK, bringing mostly dry and above average temperatures into the first weeks of…

Beekeeper’s Notes: Size Doesn’t Matter (Says Study Into Gardens)

Hugh Coakley keeps bees in Worplesdon January is another quiet month for beekeepers. The bees are all hunkered down with the cold weather. And, just as they have been doing…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.248

By Malcolm Fincham High pressure continued to be stubbornly centred over southern England and northern France throughout the latter weeks of January. Its awkward position was not far north enough…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.247

By Malcolm Fincham Having surpassed my yearly ambition of seeing 200 species of birds on my UK travels in 2021, despite not taking up my annual invite to visit the…