I’ve been commissioned to write a piece for Nightjar Nights by English Nature and the Land Lines project at the University of Leeds.
Author: Sara Hudston
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.
This is the best time of year for greggles. In a couple of weeks, millions
Citizen science projects have found that yellowhammers end their song according to regional “accents”.
A feature I wrote for the Bridport Times March 2020 edition about solastalgia and the Red Sixty Seven book.
Review for the TLS of The Way Through the Woods: Of Mushrooms and Mourning by Long Litt Woon.
On a sunny day three Februarys ago, I squashed the ripe berries on to an apple tree branch. That March, crooked shoots emerged.
The Red Sixty Seven book launch raising funds for our 67 most threatened UK bird species is on 15 February between 10.30am and 1pm in Bridport Waterstones.