Feeding Songbirds in Winter – Great Tits, Blue Tits and Coal Tits

Beside the house where I live, I have a hedge of thujas (Thuja Occidentalis). Thujas are evergreen coniferous shrubs, but they can also develop into tree form. Their thick foliage makes them ideal for hedgerows. The same provides an ideal environment for non-migratory passerines – birds with well developed vocal organs (for this reason they’re … Continue reading “Feeding Songbirds in Winter – Great Tits, Blue Tits and Coal Tits”

Found Hoof and Bones from Deer – Possible Poacher Activity

On my daily strolls through the woods where I live, I came across a discarded hoof and bones from a fair sized deer. I don’t know who exactly left it there, but the suspicion popped in my mind that I may have poachers hunting in my forest. I know the licensed hunters who are allowed … Continue reading “Found Hoof and Bones from Deer – Possible Poacher Activity”