Most of what I see is in my garden, but I do occasionally go further afield. If so, I will put some information here…
The place, with a link to a relevant website.
Some brief description of it.
A link to my posts about that place.
Mease Meadow, Hilton– a flood plane with a path around it and a brook running along one side. I can see the meadow from my window. (my posts- a b c)
Hilton Gravel Pits– a range of footpaths through dense woodland, past large lakes, over reed beds. A wonderful place to sit and watch. (my post)
Elvaston Castle Country Park– a lovely park with a long lake a delightful woodland. (my post)
Isle of Mull– Scotland (my post)
Argaty Red Kite Feeding Station– A farm nr Doune, Scotland with a great hide where they regularly feed the kites and you can watch them. (my post)
Ynys-hir RSPB Reserve – Mid-Wales Coast Nature reserve with a variety of habitats and hides. (my posts- a b c)
Cors Dyfi – A Montgomeryshire Wilflife Trust Reserve; the home of the Dyfi Osprey Project. (my posts- a b c)
Hell Bank Plantation – a forest of fir trees with a stream running through it. Good footpaths. (my posts- a b)
Chatsworth – Big house, home of the Duke of Devonshire, and large grounds and gardens. (my post)
Carsington Water – a reservoir with an eight mile cycle/walking path around.
(my posts a b c d)
Darley and Nutwood Local Nature Reserve – A reclaimed site along the River Derwent in Derby. (my post)
Mickleover Cycle Path – the old railway line from Mickleover to Etwall is now a cycle path, a wonderful walk. (my posts a b)
Barmouth – town on the Welsh Coast.
Marton Mere – a small unmanned reserve with a few hides. Long-eared owls winter here as do big flocks of starlings. (my posts a b)