In previous blog posts I've written that we've been granted a license to take a wild sparrowhawk chick from a nest this spring for the purpose of falconry. Of course to take a chick you need a nest first and searching for a nest of one of the most illusive birds of prey in Europe is a difficult … Continue reading rewilding
It's hard to write something meaningful when you have this view in front of you. We've enjoyed some epic weather here in the west of Ireland. There has been not a drop of rain, no, not even a little. The smell of rot and damp in the air are gone and there is a foreign smell of fragrant … Continue reading spring has arrived
The second episode of our podcast is out! We have the license, what's next?
When I knit, I am impatient, messy and passionate. I want to try my clothes on frequently as I knit them to check the progress and perhaps to reassure myself because I am not a confident knitter yet. Unfortunately traditional jumper construction - from the bottom edge up to the neckline does not allow me to … Continue reading top-down jumpers