Firstly, I’d like to apologise for this post being a couple of days late, uni work has been pretty crazy. But as I am currently sitting in the lab and have a couple of hours to kill before I can start recording the results of my dissertation experiments (maybe I’ll do a post on them … More Sparrowhawk vs Starling
False Widows everywhere! RUN! … No, no Stop! I am only joking, however this is the view of a great many people around the UK and this is often fueled by the media. Spring is not far around the corner, which means it won’t be long before people start venturing outside again and so it … More Steatoda stigma
Gulls have adapted brilliantly to the urban landscape and the presence of humans, so much so that they’re seen virtually everywhere. This has resulted to them, in a way, becoming taken for granted, as they’re often seen as pests, an annoyance and as something of an urban irritant. However, I would have to greatly disagree … More Not so guilty Gulls
Yep, I know, Sparrowhawk is in the headline but I won’t be getting straight in to that, just needed a catchy title. Click bait? Maybe… but hey 😉 Anyway, last Saturday my friend Sean and I went for a spot of early morning bird watching at a local nature reserve called Spinnies. I’d never heard … More Sparrowhawk at Spinnies
Hello, it has been a very long time, i know. So here is just a quick post about my newer tarantula to, hopefully, get me back into writing posts. I have been keeping a Pumpkin patch tarantula (Hapalopus sp) for a couple of years now (I’ll hopefully do a post on her at some point) … More Cyriocosmus sellatus
A couple of weeks ago, some friends and I took a trip to the local botanical gardens at Treborth in search of some amphibians. Due to the mild winter, we went to see if we could spot some of the toads emerging early. Sadly, we did not see any. This is likely to be because … More Trip to Treborth
Arizona, known for being incredibly hot and dry, not the kind of place you expect to find amphibians. However, during our trip we saw several species (not as many as the trip last year as we did not experience a flood!), so I thought that I would share my two favorite amphibians from Arizona. Couch’s spadefoot … More Arizona Amphibians
Hey guys, well I am back from Arizona! It was an incredible experience and we saw a remarkable number of species. While the Reptiles and Amphibians were the trips main focus, I found the invertebrates (particularly the Arachnids) fascinating. So I thought I’d kick the Arizona posts off with one about two of my favourite … More Arizona Arachnids
Hey everyone, Firstly I’d like to apologise for the lack of posts recently, after France I was busy sorting things for my trip to Arizona and getting some University work done. I am currently in Arizona on a Herpetology field trip with my University, I’ve been here since Friday and so far it has been … More Arizona!
Hello, I have now returned from France and am back in England! However, I haven’t finished writing about the wildlife I found out there, so the next few entries will likely still be about the animals that I encountered in France. Once I have completed the South of France posts I will start writing about British … More England!!