Tag Archives: wildlife

Tarka

Further to my recent ramblings about wildlife/human interface, I have been proven horribly wrong about the nocturnal gnawings in my cavity walls. Contrary to expectations, half an inch of plasterboard is not enough to keep nature at bay. Last week, … Continue reading

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Fishy tale

I wrote recently about the resurgence of wildlife along the riverside development in Bath. How nooks and crannies in the new walkways are being adopted as homes by moorhens and the like. Well, now things have gone too far. Something … Continue reading

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Twitcher

The developers of Bath Riverside, the vast new complex emerging from the ruins of the former Stothert works, have thoughtfully included nooks, crannies and nesting places in the rather splendid new retaining walls alongside the river walkway.  My balcony overlooks … Continue reading

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