I am no expert on volcanoes in the slightest but I wanted to share some of the most recent eruptions with you which are fascinating.
The Isle of Mull, home to the White Tailed Eagle, the second largest bird of prey in Britain and the second largest of the Inner Hebrides. We took the ferry from Oban to Craignure to see what it had in store for us.
Camping doesn’t have to become a massive expedition. Camping in the forest, wherever you are needn’t take your whole weekend, if it does, great…
How the use of DDT affected the Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus) in Great Britain. The main aim in food production is to achieve the highest yield and create the greatest profit. To do this a control method must be in place to stop pests reducing yield.
This record book will help you identify and become familiar with 30 British tree species. Of these 21 are native, 5 are naturalised or commonly found broadleaved trees and there are 4 commercial exotic conifers.
A short blog about the importance of family and the outdoors.
An introduction to the 5 main characteristics which put all the species within the Chordata phylum.
There are many elements that contribute to the formation of soil here we go into it all.
Exploring Patterdale village in the Lake District on the shore of Ullswater and at the foot of Helvellyn.
What is flora? Here are descriptions on different types including trees, angiosperms, gymnosperms, lower plants, mosses and ferns!