It’s orchid time!

It’s orchid time!

Would you like to walk in wildflower meadows and see our native orchids as well as other wildflowers? It all kicks off at the start…
Spring is newly sprung

Spring is newly sprung

The very first vestiges of spring were evident at the end of February, snowdrops were nearly over as expected and many gardens had daffodils out…
Woodland Wonder

Woodland Wonder

Wondering around your local parks and woodlands in spring, you can almost hear trees creaking as the sap rises.   All manner of sticky, sap…
Birds of Devon Rivers

Birds of Devon Rivers

Most of Devon’s rivers have their source on Dartmoor or Exmoor such as the rivers Exe, Teign, Dart, Plym, Torridge and Taw, but others like the rivers  Axe, Otter and  Tamar rise outside the county.
Moving stories

Moving stories

I’m writing this on a bleak mid-winter’s day - all grey skies and biting winds. As consolation I find my mind turning to warmer thoughts…
Heathland Wonders

Heathland Wonders

Our heathlands are unique cultural landscapes that owe their existence to centuries of human clearance and animal grazing. by Nigel Jones Heathlands are beautiful places,…
Swallows water bombing

Swallows water bombing

If you happened to have watched swallows skimming across a patch of water, you may have noticed the occasional splash, something you wouldn't expect from…
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