Catching such athletic, bulky insects as grasshoppers and crickets requires a sturdy trap that can’t be kicked apart too easily.
Author: Sara Hudston
I have been awarded the Gaston Bachelard Scholarship to study an MA at Dartington College of Arts.
I was taking some video on my phone on Hardown Hill when a woman in a red coat walked across the shot.
Review of Our House is on Fire and No One Is Too Small To Make A Difference in the TLS.
Within hours, ants were seething over what looked like a heap of nude baked beans.
A video response to Thomas Hardy’s poem ‘Afterwards’ filmed in Dorset and showing nightjars at dusk.
I’ve been commissioned to write a piece for Nightjar Nights by English Nature and the Land Lines project at the University of Leeds.
It began in March, when the buff-tailed queens emerged from hibernation, zigzagging from bloom to bloom.
Some thoughts about being locked into place, written from Little Toller Books’ blog, The Clearing, in April 2020.