Tag Archive: Wildlife

Hope, the world’s most famous black bear, is dead.

Gordon Buchanan, one of Britain’s top wildlife cameramen, hit our screens with the heart-warming The Bear Family and Me last Christmas, which documented his visit to the Wildlife Research Institute’s bear study programme… Continue reading

Welcome to the Hell’s Mouth

Gwithian, in West Cornwall, not only boasts miles of perfect golden sands but also miles of spectacular cliff-top walks, too. The “jewel in the crown” of this area’s coastal beauty is Hell’s Mouth cove; a… Continue reading

The Great White Stag Lives!

The red deer is one of the most enchanting animals of Britain, and the stags are the most formidable and imposing of all. While you may struggle to see a red stag in… Continue reading

Red Kites: You Can’t Keep a Good Raptor Down

Red Kite After a lazy start to the day, I was having breakfast in a rather noncommittal manner late one Saturday morning. Just as I thought that the most dramatic moment of the morning would… Continue reading