Category Archives: nature
Latest wildlife update from Nicholas Watts from Vine House Farm in Deeping St Nicholas… Our wildlife has enjoyed the moist summer, certainly we had several Lapwings reared late that wouldn’t have been reared at all if it had been a dry … Continue reading
Anyone planning to be out and about this weekend: The A607 at Kirby Bellars will be CLOSED all day this Sunday 11th. 6 am to 6 pm. Also… at Fineshade Wood… ***SEVERE WEATHER WARNING!*** Unfortunately due to the warning in place … Continue reading
Are the younger family members driving you bonkers with “I’m bored!” and “I want…!” and you need some fresh ideas for keeping them entertained and interested? Or would you just like to find a good film, or a lovely garden … Continue reading
Pollinators are vital to humans in many ways They help us farm food crops, boost our wellbeing by helping natural environments thrive, and help combat climate change as part of the lifecycle of CO2-absorbing plants.
Keep Feeding During Summer One of the biggest myths about feeding garden birds is that it is not necessary to do so in the summer – this is untrue and summer is a period when birds actually require a plentiful food … Continue reading
Bees’ Needs is an annual campaign headed up by Defra, with the aim of raising awareness of bees and other pollinators – and considering that bees and wildflowers go together like toast and honey, or black stripes with yellow stripes, … Continue reading
Thanks to Nicholas Watts at Vine House Farm in Deeping St Nicholas – his observations are always fascinating.
The RNLI has 5 great tips if you should be unlucky enough to fall into cold water, especially on a hot day… Respect the Water is the RNLI’s drowning prevention campaign, highlighting the risks of cold water shock. When you … Continue reading
Found a bat? Before you call the Out of Hours (OOH) Helpline please follow the advice on this page https://www.bats.org.uk/advice/help-with-injured-grounded-bat/how-to-contain-a-bat … . Our OOH is 0345 1300 228 – it operates weekdays 6pm-10pm and weekends + bank holidays 10am – 10pm … Continue reading