Category Archives: The York Press
I spent an engaging afternoon in the company of a weasel named Fidget, who, as his name suggests, barely kept still. I was meant to be interviewing his keeper, the Yorkshire wildlife artist Robert E Fuller, but it wasn’t easy to … Continue reading
Spent a fascinating morning with an ornithologist learning to recognise birds by their song. I learned some incredible things. Did you know, for instance, that birds have regional accents? That a Russian chaffinch pipes a different tune to a British … Continue reading
Gone are the days when being a child meant running wild outside and getting muddy. Now children are kept close, clean and safe on the sofa. But as the nation despairs at how the next generation is losing touch with … Continue reading
Once on the brink of extinction, otters are one again making a splash in Yorkshire’s rivers. Click on the link below to read my double page spread on an exhibition honouring otters. http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/features/features/10037750.Wild_about_otters/
Remembering old rocking horses Take a look at these really rare rocking horses, click here to read the article.