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.
Here is a quick guide on what to do in Ambleside, where to eat and some great walks from the centre of this market town in the heart of the Lake District National Park.
A short blog about the importance of family and the outdoors.
Exploring Patterdale village in the Lake District on the shore of Ullswater and at the foot of Helvellyn.
This essay, written as a university assignment in 2013, provides an account of how the wildlife documentary genre has changed over the years, why it has changed and what has made it popular.
Stereotypes are not only used for humans, but they are seen throughout the media in animals too. Name one film where the snake is good, or the shark saves someone.. This is an essay I wrote whilst studying Wildlife and Media a few years ago. Enjoy.
A couple of my thoughts about why camping is good for the soul.
Here is a short piece about why I love the Lake District!
We know that trees are home to such an array of wildlife and we already know that being amongst them is good for our mental health, but all that aside, and apart from the fact they create oxygen, why should we protect them? Trees are the lungs of the earth, they are all interconnected,Continue reading “Why do we need to protect Ancient Woodland?”