Tag Archives: Environment
Understanding the relationship between nature and how land is used is at the heart of what I do in conservation management planning. Today I was back at historic Dinefwr learning how an ancient deer park… with ancient trees planted 500 … Continue reading
I rather like this photo by Mike Alexander, taken between the winter storms on a beach called Hells Mouth on the west coast of Wales
It’s been a good few weeks for sunsets in these parts so here are a few more wonderful photographs from my friend Mike Alexander that caught my eye, oh and one that’s not so good from me 🙂
On my way to the beach yesterday for a leisurely swim (I know!) I came across lots of lovely patches of the oxeye daisy, our largest native member of the daisy family in the UK. It is a perennial herb … Continue reading
Beautiful carpets of wild garlic with patches of bluebells in the shade of the big canopy trees, smells absolutely lovely in the warm air, late spring in the woods.
You kind of have to walk along these paths don’t you? This is an ancient Welsh drovers road that was used for thousands of years to travel from Cardigan in the west to Shrewsbury in the east…. Ornamental garden path….. … Continue reading
Mike A would like me to share this with you and I’m only too happy to oblige. Llyn Dinas in North Wales, a place we’re working to help look after.
If you go down to the woods today….in a remote Welsh valley, and have a little rummage around, it’s surprising what you sometimes find. Here’s where a wood mouse has been storing and eating hazel nuts. The lovely circular openings … Continue reading