Monthly Archives: February 2012

Titbits for a February Monday

After topping up the bird seed at lunchtime, the garden was alive with activity, when out of nowhere came a Merlin; it zipped along, tits et al  whirling in all directions, but was it successful? There were no tell-tail feathers; … Continue reading

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Feathered friends

We have bird feeders all around our garden and love visits by our feathered friends.  Apparently, half the British adult population feeds birds in their garden. The choice of feeders is huge, and often people are not sure what food … Continue reading

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Another interactive map – South West Coast Path

Originally posted on Moorland, the Heart of Exmoor:
Linked in from the previous article about the new interactive visitors’ map by Exmoor National Park – here’s another brilliant one for the South West Coast Path that is also great for Exmoor…

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Just 14 days remaining to support superfast broadband bid

This is something very close to our heart – so please, any readers from Devon and Somerset who haven’t done so already: please support the superfast broadband bid (To be honest, anything faster than what we get at the moment … Continue reading

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Attracting birds and wildlife to your garden

If you love birds as much as we do, then surely you’ve come across the RSPB, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.  As we mentioned before, you can watch fascinating birds on the Porlock Bay Salt Marsh, but … Continue reading

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How to use – Exmoor Visitor interactive map

Originally posted on Moorland, the Heart of Exmoor:
How brilliant! Now you can search a map of Exmoor National Park for all the local events. With so many things to do, it’s definitely worth a look at the Exmoor Visitor map before you…

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