We’re over halfway through the best month of the year! What are your plans for Samhain? I’ve been getting pretty excited and stocking up on supplies ready for the big day (the countdown begins!). For the past three months, I’ve subscribed to Witch Casket which has been super-handy for building up my potion stash andContinue reading “Witch Casket: What’s in the box?”
The autumn equinox is here at last! But what does this time of year mean to witches and how can you celebrate it yourself? Find out here.
The ultimate read to get your brain buzzing!
Bee-and-Me by Alison Jay
The pop-up picture book that brings you closer to nature. * It’s almost spring – can’t you feel it? The green is sprouting in the park and the birds are shaking out their winter feathers as if to say, “Bring it on, 2018.” With those longer days fast-approaching, I wanted a book that made meContinue reading “Little Hazelnut”
Check out the stunning new release from Bloomsbury Wildlife. ‘Winter Birds’ will be the highlight of your 2017 reading list.
Charlie Elder is on a mission. From endangered snakes to adorable dormice – this author will stop at nothing until he’s uncovered some of the rarest animals in the British Isles. Few and Far Between gives us a unique glimpse into the lives of our most secretive creatures, and the experts who are doing allContinue reading “Few and Far Between: On the Trail of Britain’s Rarest Animals”
There’s nothing like a cheeky escape to the country when you know other people are in work. It’s like ducking out of P.E. and getting to laugh at everyone tripping over their shoelaces. Ha. On Monday I had the morning off to do some dreaded ‘life things’ because apparently I’m an adult now. However, amongstContinue reading “Rambling down the Ribble”
I was skipping about the shelves at Waterstones recently and came across the beautiful and intriguing Holloway by Robert Macfarlane, Stan Donwood and Dan Richards (Faber & Faber, £14.99). I had to do a double-take. I mean, have you seen this book? With its swirling whorl of branches in stark black and white, I needed it onContinue reading “Walking the Holloway…”
We might still be clinging to our hot water-bottles and be deep in our winter socks but it’s never too early for a spot of spring cleaning! Having finally decided to get into nature conservation, this blog needs a bit of sprucing up. As of March 2014 I will be a Resident Intern at LeightonContinue reading “The Bird and Bookcase”