I enjoy spending time in nature and went wild camping solo around the Scottish Islands in 2015. I went for days at a time without encountering another human being (not to mention showering facilities). It was the experience of a lifetime.
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Common UK insect identification
Blog post By Amy Lewis, 24 November 2017, Wildlife & nature
There are a staggering 27,000 types of insect in the UK. Some can be tricky to tell apart, even for the experts. Here we look at some of our most commonly encountered insect groups and the clues we need to look for to help narrow them down.
Spanish bluebells: what’s the problem?
Blog post By Amy Lewis, 8 June 2017, Wildlife & nature
Native bluebells are under threat from their Spanish relatives. Get to grips with the real problem and find out how you can help native woodland plants.
Feeding birds in winter: when and what to feed garden birds
Blog post By Amy Lewis, 21 November 2016, Wildlife & nature
Winter can be a difficult time for wildlife. Temperatures plummet and food becomes difficult to find. Find out when and what to feed garden birds.
How to make a bird feeder: easy homemade feeders
Blog post By Amy Lewis, 28 October 2016, Wildlife & nature
Attract birds to your garden with these cheap and simple feeder ideas.
13 top tips for wild camping
Blog post By Amy Lewis, 4 August 2016, Wildlife & nature
It can be a scary prospect, wild camping. But with these top tips, you can avoid some of the pitfalls that can await the uninitiated.
Wild Camping UK: Can you camp anywhere?
Blog post By Amy Lewis, 27 June 2016, Wildlife & nature
Wild camping offers the perfect escape. Leave the crowds and the noise behind, reconnect with nature and discover your very own private spot. The choice of view is unlimited!
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