To Mum I am not a cook. At least not an everyday one. But circumstances this week have conspired to get me into the kitchen yesterday morning. Baking. First there was a call from our local community cafe (@TayportHCafe) for … Continue reading
Wondering roe deer at Fleecefaulds A couple of weeks ago I visited Fleecefaulds Meadow, Scottish Wildlife Trust Reserve in Fife – and have written about the outing here. As I was working through the identifications of my botanical twitch list, … Continue reading
June 23, 2013
Tagged bioblitz, biodiversity, citizen science, Fife, Indicia software, iRecord, iSpot, National Biodiversity Database, Nature Fife, online record submission systems, Open Source, plant biodiversity, Regional Recorders, Scottish Wildlife Tust
Woke up early one day this week and caught the end of the BBC Radio 4’s Nature programme (there are some benefits of getting to the radio at 5:40 am:). Woodland Trust is recruiting us to do some autumn spotting … Continue reading
Had a fab time at the Dundee Flower and Food Festival at the Camperdown Park on Saturday. As expected there were some satisfyingly ginormous flowers on display. Begonias and and Dahlias unsurprisingly taking the cake on the size front. My … Continue reading
Well, well – finally made it here.
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Managed to get some stuff growing mid-season. Despite the snails and cat invasions. Didn’t quite catch the early steps but here it is 2 months since first dug through:) And there will be more to come hopefully by the spring!