Saturday, 15 November 2014

How To Make A Habitat

Hi guys today we are going to show you how to make a simple hedgehog habitat. You are going to need two scrap pieces of wood, 15 nails, a saw and a hammer.  Firstly use the saw to cut the pieces of wood to the same length.
Join the woods tops with the nails so it is a "V" shape.
Place it in a damp yet solid patch of your garden and cover it with leafs, grass or turf.
If you want to you can put a bowl of water and some worms, snailsslugs or insects to give them some nutrition it will increase the chances of them riving there.

Your help will save 100's of wild life from predictors thanks!!! 

Saturday, 15 February 2014


As I'm sure you know floods have broken out in the south of England. Many have 
electricity cut off and have been flooded in by the terrible weather, with wind speeds
reaching over 60 mph. A couple have been injured and hardly any died. The Environment
Agency, volunteers and the Army have been helping put sand bags in front of houses and
flood barriers on rivers, including some unexpected helpers.
There have been some unusual sightings at Looe on the coast of Cornwall; A seal has been filmed making its way back into the sea after being washed up in flooding and stormy weather. 

Thursday, 24 October 2013

Northumberland Wildlife Documentary

Here is a Wildlife Documentary which is about wildlife in Northumberland if
 you ever want to go 

Saturday, 19 October 2013

False Widow Spider

My dad is art of the scout association and we went pond dipping 
with the Borreatton cubs on a lake and the owner found the false widow which is the 
only venomous spider native to Britain. Only a week ago a case of this 
spider was in the Shropshire Star read more about it at 
This will explain a bit more about this horrifying spider

Dibbinsdale Nature Reserve

Last weekend I went to Dibbinsdale nature reserve on the Wirral peninsular it was great fun and it had all the right facilities including a visitor centre , it had all the leaflets in the world. There were bird boxes and feeders everywhere, they had up-cycled some old coke bottles into bird baths. We went to the pond and the river where we saw some water boatman and some pond skaters. Me and my brother went into a tunnel to find two squirrel dreys which are were they keep there stock of food for the winter. I saw an early robin in the reeds by the river dibbin but my brother accidentally scared in away. on our way back from the view point we found a collapsed tree which looked like a fungi
mansion for creepy crawlies. Over all it is a great park land to visit and I recommend you go.

Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Fly, Marvin Fly

After a day and a half  Marvin ( the baby house martin )  flew away  to find his mother so me and the head of wild life are setting up R.L.T Bird Rescue Which will properly open in December based in Shropshire.