Knee Deep In Nature - A Young Naturalist's Blog

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Knee Deep In Nature - A Young Naturalist's Blog

Postby Badger007 » Sat Feb 11, 2017 2:52 pm

Hi
I'm James Miller, a 15 year old naturalist and aspiring wildlife presenter. I make wildlife films and documentaries, take photos, and blog about the wildlife I see around me - I have a particular fascination for nocturnal creatures.
Here's my blog: http://www.kneedeepinnature.co.uk
Please have a look if you have a moment - I hope you like it!
Thanks
James :)
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Re: Knee Deep In Nature - A Young Naturalist's Blog

Postby Megan.Shersby » Mon Feb 13, 2017 11:51 am

Hi James, welcome to Local Patch Reporters!

It's great to have you on board and we look forward to your posts!

Best wishes, Megan
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Re: Knee Deep In Nature - A Young Naturalist's Blog

Postby Badger007 » Wed Feb 15, 2017 11:42 am

Thanks Megan!
Here we go - a short blog post with a video I made on my local heath for the RSPB and Climate Coalition's #showthelove campaign this February.
http://www.kneedeepinnature.co.uk/showthelove-for-blackheath-common/
Please have a look if you have a moment, I want to raise awareness about the beautiful countryside close to home and the wildlife that it harbours.
Thank you,
James
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Re: Knee Deep In Nature - A Young Naturalist's Blog

Postby Badger007 » Fri Feb 17, 2017 11:38 am

Another post out today - http://www.kneedeepinnature.co.uk/barn-owl-pellets/
More scientific than usual, which may appeal to some more than others.
It's all about owl pellets; what they are, what's inside them, how to identify remains and what you can learn from them.
Back to more classic nature writing soon!
Thanks
James :)
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Re: Knee Deep In Nature - A Young Naturalist's Blog

Postby Badger007 » Sat Mar 04, 2017 7:38 pm

Hi Everyone,
This is a slightly more personal blog post about why I love watching wildlife. It was intended for World Wildlife Day on the 3rd of March, but unfortunately I didn't manage to finish it in time. Here we go:
http://www.kneedeepinnature.co.uk/world-wildlife-day-2017/
Please have a look if you have a moment! I would really appreciate it.
Thanks very much, hope you enjoy it!
James
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Re: Knee Deep In Nature - A Young Naturalist's Blog

Postby Badger007 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 3:13 pm

Here we go, a short blog post on a pretty incredible week of watching wildlife on my local heath.
'Fireflies and Sand lizards' http://www.kneedeepinnature.co.uk/fireflies-and-sand-lizards/
3 new species I had never seen before, and all stunning in their own way.
I have lived next to this heath for 10 years, and never seen any of them here before, which just goes to show you can always be surprised!
Please have a look if you have a moment!
James
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Re: Knee Deep In Nature - A Young Naturalist's Blog

Postby Badger007 » Fri Mar 24, 2017 11:54 am

Hi everyone,
A totally badger blog post this week, as I've finally finished uploading videos from my trail camera, and there's been some interesting footage recorded from my badger sett - a mass excavation in fact.

I've written a blog post all about this, with some theories as to what is happening, as well as some comments on some of the more interesting individual films.
http://www.kneedeepinnature.co.uk/curious-badger-behaviour/

Please have a look if you have a moment,
Thanks
James
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