Author Archives: Michael Griffiths

Through the Eye of a Fly

Have you ever wondered how you might appear through the compound eyes of a fly? The best analogy to describe a fly’s vision is to compare it to a mosaic: thousands of tiny images convalesce to present one image. Each … Continue reading

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Emerging Hornets

The toxicity of hornet stings varies according to hornet species; some deliver just a typical insect sting, while others are among the most venomous known insects. Single hornet stings are not in themselves fatal, except sometimes to allergic victims. Multiple … Continue reading

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A new Calf Born on Wilden Marsh Today


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How Green is my Valley

We are having a hot summer with very little rain, so how green is the Wilden Marsh section of the Lower Stour Valley? Well, it’s very green. This is a short video of the north marsh.

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This is What I Call Really Busy.

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Busy Hornets.

The hornets were very busy this morning, streaming in and out of the nest, and far too purposeful to concern themselves with me.

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A Grass Moth

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