Two baby rabbits.

Rabbit Family Values

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A rabbit family have moved into my garden. Talk about Watership Down, it's Watership overflowing out there! Firstly, Hubs and I spotted a large rabbit, then a medium sized one, then a baby and finally two babies . . . I know, it sounds like the rabbit version of Goldie Locks and the Three Bears.
Mistle Thrush

Missing Swansea, Cherishing Wildlife

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I'm missing Swansea this week; the place, the feel, my family and friends back home. I enjoy life in Ireland but sometimes I just get this ache . . . It's probably because it's over four months since my last visit.

The Story of Our Baby Swallow

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We found a swallow in our garden last week, a baby swallow or fledgling. I'm not so sure he was ready to fledge but he found himself out of the nest all the same. Watching him flap his wings and cooing over his downy head (well, I cooed) we found ourselves arguing over what to call him.
A horse grazing in a field, wearing a winter coat

The Lazy Way to Winter Watch

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You know me, I'm ahead of the trend. I'm already Winter Watching, way before BBC's Winter Watch even hits our screens. I'm definitely watching, because I'm not moving very much. In fact, I'm sitting shotgun in the car with Hubs at the wheel, while I swivel my head to my heart's content.

Rockpool Discovery: Seaside Critters and Cliff Hangers-On

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It feels like it’s been raining for the past week but somehow, last Thursday I managed to find myself on a beach with the sun shining and I don’t think I dreamt it.

Day Trip to Cork City, Boats & Sparkly Sea

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With all the warm weather, my life took a turn for the joyful last week with a series of day trips, sea views and good times. A friend and I decided our summer wardrobes could do with an update and embarked on a sunny day trip to Cork City. On the way, we stopped at Youghal to buy sunscreen and admire the sparkly sea views.

Swallows and Rabbits, the Story Continues

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Swallows and rabbits, oh my! Yes, I am happy to confirm that the swallows are back and a rabbit has taken up residence in my garden. I'm delighted, it's just a pity the weather can't stay as even-tempered!
mistle thrush

The Fearless Mistle Thrush

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The mistle thrush is a proud character, who first came to my attention last spring. He is back again this year and hard to miss.
Apple Tree

The Apple Tree and Storm Ophelia

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'The apple tree throws down its dead and we kneel, fools for its blackened, overripe flesh.'