My first blog

It’s a cloudy Saturday afternoon, I’ve been birdwatching at a my local patch and now I’m hunkering down with a mug of coffee and the latest BTO News magazine.

On a bit of a whim, I’ve decided to finally have a crack at this website gaff and put this site together. A collection of useful mapping tools, recent wildlife sightings and links to other content, it should be informative for anyone interested in maps, wildlife and adventure.

I’m not aiming to build up a massive store of content, grease all the wheels and stylize the fonts before it goes ‘live’, but rather to let the page develop and evolve as it grows. If you find any of the content useful or interesting, please drop anchor and leave a comment below!





Egret Egretta garzetta at Stanpit Marsh

My name’s Thom. A few weeks ago I started birding, and now I’m in danger of becoming an ornithologist!

I was visiting my dad in Wales, and had been reading the introductory chapter of the book that I got him for Christmas – it was Bill Oddie’s Little Black Bird Book. I stepped out into the garden and commented on the presence of robin, and blue tit on the telegraph wire. Then I saw another tit which I suspected was great tit, so I went inside and got the Collins Bird Guide to check. I went straight for the picture and saw the great tits have a distinct black mark down the breast. It was a great tit.

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