Fledgling. I always dither about words with -dg- combined with -ling when writing them. Some surnames and placenames have an e, some don’t. Why? Swan. That’s this week’s #writephoto prompt from KL Caley at New2Writing.com. Fledgling was last week’s. I
A swan family! How opportune that KL Caley has picked this picture for the writephoto this week. It enables me to give a little taste of my holiday in the form of a non-fiction piece for a change. It’s just
Swan. Mute swan, to be explicit. They aren’t exactly mute, but have a range of hisses and other sounds. When I lived in Norfolk, I was lucky enough to be closely associated with two pairs of swans – and all
Second week of 30 Days Wild… after several Random Acts of Wildness last week, what have I planned this week – and done? Gardenwatch – Bird Detective As explained last week, this is a citizen science project for BBC Springwatch
Swans usually fly in twos or threes, in my experience. So it was a surprise to see six swans sailing overhead when I was playing golf at Fakenham on Monday. You’ve noticed I go wild on lots of golf courses.