Late May and early June are usually great for spotting orchids. I recently joined some work colleagues for a jolly over to Kent and here are some of the things we saw.
Sometimes storms can do good. On 18 Jan 2007 strong winds toppled the tall leylandii in our neighbours garden. Their outbuilding took most of the weight and we only lost a couple of panels from our fence line.
Since creating a wildlife pond on our garden in 2002 we regularly get many frogs laying multiple clumps of frog spawn in the pond. Just our small contribution to the biodiversity in the area.
Here is what happened in February 2006
Many people make New Years Resolutions, I am no exception. Sometimes people keep to their resolutions, others don’t. I’ll let you be the judge of whether I succeeded in keeping to my resolution of posting a bunch of pictures on a monthly basis.
The Taxonomic Databases Working Group (TDWG) hold an annual conference every year, in 2005 it was the turn of St Petersburg, Russia to play host, This gave me the opportunity to revisit the city which I first discovered in 1988 when it was known as Leningrad.
In April 2005 I was lucky enough to visit Kruger Park with Imke. Here are some of the photographs we took.
In 2005 the Science team were lucky enough to get a tour around the partially completed Bicentenary Glasshouse.
Following a visit to Cardiff I started to play around with Zoomify