Citizen science projects have found that yellowhammers end their song according to regional “accents”.
Tag: Guardian Country Diary
On a sunny day three Februarys ago, I squashed the ripe berries on to an apple tree branch. That March, crooked shoots emerged.
Bridport has been a centre for cordage and net-making since Saxon times, and there are about 10 firms still active in the area.
A warning to walkers not to take the healing powers of St Wite’s Well too literally.
A cluster of parasol mushrooms wobble on long stems, glinting in the sun.
English elms: the trees that are all around us which we don’t see.
The River Tone at Taunton flows brown beside shopfronts, cafes and the Brewhouse theatre, sliding
A wild ride on Exmoor: A Guardian Country Diary piece on gathering the Tippbarlake Herd
All the twists and turns of laying a hedge at Little Giant Wood. A piece