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Wth schools out for the summer, it gives me a chance to enjoy highlights of the year so far, work on future projects – not least of which is the huge Wildlife Wonder Gloucestershire exhibition & Eco-Summit in September. And time to recharge! Can’t believed that so far in 2016 I’ve led over fifty school Wildlife Wonder sessions, involving 5000 children in […]

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30DaysWild  –  Daily Blog June 2016 Wildlife Wonder is delighted to be an ambassador for 30DaysWild    Spending time outdoors is so important for our health, happiness, creativity and connection to the natural world.  Through June we will be getting wild every day with children, schools, community groups and adults, from Cornwall to London. Discovering butterflies and water voles, enjoying creative observation and photography, engaging thousands of people through […]

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With the arrival of warmer weather, I’ve been treated to some gorgeous views of my local  water voles in recent days. Early spring is an apprehensive time, when I discover how the voles fared over the winter. Though they don’t hibernate, the voles are much less visible in winter and the population will greatly reduce through predation and poorer feeding. This year the high river levels have been […]

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Kingvfisher 2016
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Far from hibernating, I’ve been out enjoying a diverse winter of wonder – photographing wildlife and working with schools, community groups and the future faces of conservation. In January I lead a photography training day for Wildlife Skills trainees from Devon, Dorset, Somerset & Wiltshire Wildlife Trusts. An amazing programme and always such an inspiring group  – exploring Langford Lakes in Wiltshire with the conservation trainees […]

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H4H Blog
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Upstaged by kingfishers, a fishing water vole and our first Wild Wonder Eco-Summit, it has been a wild & wonderful 2015 working with schools, community & wildlife groups, families and individuals across the UK. I am very fortunate to spend my time out in nature with so many inspiring people – every day is a treat. Through the year I’ve worked with […]

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Robin Red Card 3x2
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NEW GREETINGS & CHRISTMAS CARDS     Now available – New Packs of 6 Greetings Cards – Robin Red and Snowball (kingfisher)   £3.95 each, or any 3 packs for £10.     Cards are blank inside – 14cm x 14cm.   Single Cards (below) are 178mm x 127mm,  individually packed and blank inside.  All Festive single […]

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Over the past year 1000’s of children from Bristol primary schools have been exploring and photographing their local Wild Wonders – from autumn colours in their school grounds to encounters with city-centre kingfishers. A couple of weeks ago I was on a Bristol riverbank with a class of children watching a kingfisher – just five minutes walk […]

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Imagine finding a rhino in the woods!  This wonderful discovery was made by a 9yr old pupil last week during a school Wild Wonder safari. Walking just 10 minutes from their school, the children discovered orchids, rare butterfly habitat and this miniature horned creature – a rhino beetle. I’d certainly never seen one before! Bringing the Wild Wonder […]

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This week Wild Wonder celebrated a year-long project working with children and staff from 10 Hertfordshire schools. Joining together at the first ever Wild@Herts Wild Wonder School Summit at Hatfield House on Monday, pupil ambassadors from each school shared their discoveries and photography of wildest Hertfordshire. In school grounds & ponds, nearby wild spaces or local nature reserves, and time spent photographing badgers, bluebells, aquatic caddis fly and breeding kingfishers, over the past […]

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Nodding cranes, drops of snow and reflections in meltwater – beautiful observation, exquisite detail and photographic art of the wild by children of Abbots Langley Primary school. As part of the the multi-school WildWonder@Herts project, Abbots Langley pupils have been discovering and photographing the stunning snowdrop wild wonder in their local churchyard. Despite freezing temperatures and snowfall, the children’s […]

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