Monthly Archives: September 2015

  • I’m the first one to admit it: my knowledge of bees is woefully deficient. Clutching my FSC fold out guide I have made brief and tentative forays into the mysterious world of bee identification. Like most people, I just haven’t quite “got there” yet. So imagine my delight when Katy Malone of the Bumblebee Conservation […]

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  • There have been times this summer when, braced against horizontal rain and bellowing into the faces of distressed transatlantic tourists, I have had cause to re-evaluate my career choice. Sometimes being a wildlife guide just isn’t that easy. Worse still, there are occasions when the wildlife is there with bells on… but your clients, dressed […]

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