Hello Everyone! Today I am launching my new blog and I just wanted to tell you a little bit about me…
I work in retail, but my real passion is the environment. Not what it can do for me but what I can do for it.
I have a medium sized garden. Yes it’s not immaculate but neither is the real world. It’s my personal space and it attracts a whole range of wildlife from insects to animals. Its my own Flixton nature reserve where all animals and insects are welcome.
I can show you how pretty much use any food you’d normally throw away- and how it can be reused in one way or another to encourage the right birds and insects to prevent or reduce the need for chemicals. Also I will be showing you places around the UK, mainly Northwest, where you can enjoy nature and that are dog friendly. Alongside my daughters blog- Wag Yourself Happy– where she’s always tagging my pooches. Hope you like my page!
Well it’s been such a mild day today here in Manchester . And there’s been a ridiculous amount of ladybirds around .
I’ve noticed over the past few years these swarms appearing briefly around October just as they’re getting ready to hibernate .
Awesome to see . As long as you don’t mind them landing all over you that is !
So how many starlings can fit on one bird feeder ?!!!
Our daughter and her boyfriend bought a new house this week. With the house, came a wild south facing garden. A wild garden is nice but not this wild!
Over the next few months it looks like I’ve got a new project on my hands. Step one: prune the buddleia.
Of course, with winter coming up fast we are limited at what we can do now- so it will all be about pruning plants back ready for the spring time.
In the meantime, I’ve lent them my wildlife camera so we can see if any animals show up at night!
I’ve been going to styal country park for years . I love it there as it’s dog friendly and my dog loves playing in the bollin river .
I’m always finding out something new , like last month there are actually surviving wych elm there .
In my more recent visit I found out salmon use the river and that they’ve recently added a special channel over a weir to allow the salmon to pass through easily .
When I think of salmon in this country scotland comes to mind . Who’d have thought it ? Salmon in Cheshire