Author Archives: sue


Samburu Elephants

After many trips to Kenya and Samburu we finally got to see the Ewaso Ng’iro with water in it. An added bonus was watching the elephants daily trek from the surrounding foothills down to the […]

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Autumn is…..

Autumn is……. long tailed tits visiting the garden again… The common name ‘long-tailed’ tit is a reference to the fact that more than half of its 14cm length is tail and even more incredibly this […]

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timing is everything….

6 weeks ago I sat in hide for 14 hours a night (no complaints here, just saying…) in pursuit of wildlife, photography and being ‘out there’. A few days ago I passed my lounge room […]

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Blue Bells

A visit to Enys Gardens to see the famous(?) blue bell display. Wonderful sight to see, I’m not sure I have ever seen so many blue bells in one vast area. Definitely worth a visit […]

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Blue Monkeys

Blue monkeys having a break from fighting, Lake Manyara National Park in Tanzania

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WildFutures Greeting Cards now for Sale on line

And now I am pleased to be able offer for on line sale the exclusive range of greeting cards produced specifically for Wild Futures in support of their flag-ship project the Monkey Sanctuary in Looe, Cornwall. The […]

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Fund raising dinner for Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary

  Austells 2 rosette restaurant in Carlyon Bay and I are combining forces to host a fund-raising dinner to raise much needed funds for the award winning Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary in Looe, Cornwall.  The dinner […]

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Exclusive greeting card range for Wild Futures

    I am proud and excited to announce the impending launch of an exclusive range of greeting cards produced specifically for Wild Futures in support of their flag-ship project the Monkey Sanctuary in Looe, […]

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Mockingbird Mob

Galpagos Mockingbird (Mimus parvulus) This gang obviously had a few difference to sort out, the argument went on for a while but strength in numbers prevailed and the losers flew off leaving the victors to strut around […]

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Chaffinch feeding time

Chaffinch feeding time – taken this morning from my office window. The chaffinches are the most numerous birds to come down to the feeder and quite often have mini wars when trying to get to […]

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