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Wild Wonder projects aim to provide opportunities for children & adults from all walks of life to engage with nature – using photography, observation and exploration in local wild spaces. 2014 has been a fantastic year working with schools (thousands of children), families, community projects and training programmes for young people. Continually inspired and motivated […]

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An awards ceremony in London is a wonderful way to start the new school year. Hosted by Chris Packham, I was attending the British Wildlife Photography Awards ceremony at the Mall Galleries to celebrate Michael Drayton pupils winning the Schools Award with photographs taken during our Wild Wonder day in April (blog here).  Exploring bluebell […]

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WWKing9
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Unforgettable moments for all as a kingfisher dives into the water and then lands on the branch just in front of us. In a hide at the magical RSPB Rye Meads with children, parents & teachers from Hertingfordbury Primary School, we watch the kingfisher fly to the nestbank to feed its young. Over the past […]

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VoleWonder24
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Water voles as you’ve never seen them before –  one exciting part of a year-long project exploring & studying UK Wild Wonders with school children that live nearby. Just a short walk from Kingswood Primary School is a very special water vole habitat – a popular walk for local people, but many are unaware of […]

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One of the most inspiring weeks of my working life – for the wonderful wildlife sightings, but more for the people I’ve met and the wild engagement we’ve enjoyed.  Over the past week I’ve had the pleasure of working with the Avon, Gloucestershire & Somerset Wildlife Trusts and also the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust leading […]

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1yrWWa
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  12 months since winning the UnLtd award for social enterprise and what a year of Wild UnLtd Wonder its been. Recognising the value of Wild Wonder and the need for community engagement with nature, the UnLtd award has enabled me to offer so much more, build exciting projects and develop rewarding partnerships. Working with schools, […]

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Murm1
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A moving drama, the sight and sound of a million-strong starling murmuration above your heads is one of UK’s most incredible wild spectaculars. The sudden darkened skies, continually morphing shapes and sheer mass create a visual extravaganza. But the soundscape is beautiful too –  a million soft and soothing wingbeats overhead, the waterfall whoosh as […]

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Snowdrop title
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Swathes of snowdrops cascade through the sunlit Rococo Gardens, flowing down past the lake and on to carpet the woodlands below. The stunning display of purest floral colours is briefly interrupted when a kingfishers joins the winter wonderland – plunging  into the icy waters just in front of a group of school children!  The children, […]

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1 Dipper4
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An exciting encounter to end my early morning river exploration – a pair of dippers standing together on the riverbank. I regularly see these chocolate coloured characters bobbing on river stones, or whirring past me just above the waters surface. The best is to watch them feed – uniquely, dippers walk along the river bottom, […]

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Cedar butterfly
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…you have no idea how far you can fly. I recently had the pleasure of working with the pupils and staff at Cedar Primary school in Strood, Kent on two days of wild wonder discovering their fabulous wild grounds. But before even venturing outside I was enchanted by the inspirational artwork adorning the walls of […]

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