Category Archives: Natural History

Avian Architecture: a modern insight into the construction techniques of birds

Birds’ nests set the bar for the best nature has to offer in terms of functional design, and show the evolutionary process at its most refined. Avian Architecture renders every type of nest in the style of an architectural blueprint, revealing its construction and […]

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Win a copy of The Chicken: A Natural History

Chicken keeping as a form of self-sufficiency or as pro- ductive pets is one of the fastest growing hobbies, cur- rently with little sign of easing up, but how many poultry keepers really understand how the animal in their charge works? The Chicken: A […]

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How to Plant a Tree: National Tree Week 24 Nov – 2nd Dec 2012

  First mounted in 1975, National Tree Week is the UK’s largest tree celebration, set up by The Tree Council it annually launches the start of the winter tree planting season. National Tree Week is a great chance for communities to do something positive for […]

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Midsummer Midges and Beaded Bugs

It’s Midsummer’s Day and, predictably, there is nothing remotely summery about today’s weather in Lewes. But, luckily for the Scandinavians, their weather is much better today. And so it should be because today their midsummer celebrations get in to full swing.   The tradition […]

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Maestros De Bras! Avian Architecture in Espana.

Until recently I’ve never lingered too long on the topic of bird nests, I’m not sure many people do. But, luckily for the Spanish, this is all about to change. Spanish magazine, Quo, have given their readers the chance to explore the wonderfully intricate world of Avian […]

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Behind the scenes with our Beautiful Pigeons

It’s wasn’t quite so glamourous the other side of the camera…

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