It may be Easter Monday – the last day that many people in the UK celebrate their Bank Holiday weekend – but I’m excited to announce that my debut book, The Secret Life of Foxes, is available to order from Pen & Sword right now!
Have you ever spotted a fox and wondered where it was heading? Or perhaps you want to know what all the commotion was the other night when you heard those unmistakeable ear-piercing screams? Or maybe you just want to know how you can tell if these elusive mammals have visited your back garden when you weren’t looking?
With a beautifully written foreword from Dr Jane Goodall DBE, The Secret Life of Foxes is written in a way that doesn’t make assumptions on the reader’s fox knowledge by using big, fancy, scientific words without explanation.
As I briefly mentioned last week, my main goal for this year is to continue running a successful freelance business all while being the best first-time mummy I can be. But what other goals do I have for 2022 and what are my top tips for how you can set your own goals for the year?
Well, what a year it’s been! I’ve had the pleasure of working with some incredible clients over the last 12 months and, as many of you already know, I’m very much looking forward to welcoming an adorable bundle of joy in the next few months, but as the year draws to a close, I thought I’d take a look back as some of your favourite animal facts of 2021.
In celebration of World Lemur Day – an event created to raise awareness of these incredibly valuable Madagascan primates as they are in their natural habitats – we’ve put together five of our favourite species of lemur… not an easy task when there’s more than 111 known species of lemur on the planet!
Yesterday was World Sight Day – a day that focuses on eye health and ensuring equal access to care and treatment around the globe. To celebrate, I’ve put together a list of creatures that have some of the most fascinating facts when it comes to their eyes and vision. Let me know your favourite!
More than 22,000 images were submitted for this year’s Bird Photographer of the Year competition, all of which were sent in with the hopes of claiming the £5,000 top prize. But which one was chosen as the top shot? Take a look through some of the incredible entries and see if you agree with the gold medal winning photo.
To mark yesterday’s World Photography Day – a global celebration of the craft, art, science and history of photography – here are five top tips to keep in mind when you’re next snapping away out in the wild.