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Added 18/12/2012 to Simon's Blog
30th October - 3rd NOVEMBER 2012
As some of you may know, I recently hosted a safari to the Masai Mara in Kenya for 9 guests. When asked where my favourite place in the world is, the Mara always ranks very highly (along with parts of Somerset, Shetland and South Georgia) and for good reason. I know of nowhere else on earth, where so many large creatures of such bewildering variety can be seen in a single view. When I was a kid I would, from time to time, get little transfer sets with my pocket money. Even though these came in a variety of themes, from sport to space travel, I always plumped for the wildlife sets (no, really??!) which featured jungles, polar landscapes and the savannah. Along with a cardboard panoramic landscape, these sets included transfers that one added to the scene by holding against the card and scribbling with a blunt pencil to release them from their plastic sheet backing. There were always.....
Added 11/12/2012 to General NewsRead More Posted by Simon King
Added 11/12/2012 to Simon's Blog
We've teamed up with our friends at Garden Bird Supplies to put together an exciting 'Winter Bundle' of wildlife friendly goodies!....Read More Posted by Simon King
Added 15/11/2012 to Simon's Blog
I am thrilled to announce a very special offer for all followers of Wildlife Whisperer!! We've teamed up with Park Cameras and Wildlife Watching Supplies to offer a fantastic Canon PowerShot SX50 HS Wildlife Camera Kit at an unbelievable price!Read More Posted by Simon King
Added 25/09/2012 to Simon's Blog
Just a quickie… I just had to let you know about an exciting ‘Newbie’ captured on my Bushnell trailcam the other day.
I had the cam set up looking at the river bank in my garden (where otters come from time to time to leave a spraint) and, whilst no otter...
Added 18/09/2012 to Simon's Blog
A week or so ago, the owners of a neighbouring farm here in Somerset knocked on my front door to let me know they had found a roe deer that had been freshly killed, close to their market garden on the hill above our house. They were naturally concerned that the deer might have succumbed to some ill deed and asked if I could pop up to take a look at the carcass. An hour or so later I was studying a freshly killed roe deer buck (male), which I estimated to be about 3 years old.....Read More Posted by Simon King
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