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Hurray it’s May! And doh, I’ve not got around to posting April’s #project366 blog post yet. Well, here it is in all its belated glory. Flowers, crafts and walks all included, along with a penguin and Laurel and Hardy for … Continue reading
North Cave Wetlands nature reserve is a former sand and gravel quarry in East Yorkshire which attracts a range of wetland wildlife. Related posts: Puffin Spotting At Bempton Cliffs 10,000 Steps And A Barn Owl: An Evening Walk Around Howden
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There are certain benefits of living in the countryside, the wildlife the most obvious of them. This spring, I’ve had the opportunity to spend a lot of time outdoors and an evening walk is an excellent way to clear the head. … Continue reading
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My only new year resolution for 2015 was to spend more time in the great outdoors, so on a midweek day off my friend and I headed to the East Yorkshire coast. The Yorkshire coastline has some rather spectacular white cliffs, … Continue reading
As you travel south along the 46km stretch of the Slovenian coastline, literally the last attraction you’ll see before reaching Croatia is the Sečovlje Salina Nature Park (Krajinski park sečovljske soline). Sat next to the Dragonje River marking the border, … Continue reading
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