It's #WorldElephantDay today - my favourite animal in the entire world and my spirit animal since birth!  A lot of people adore elephants, and I think that one of the reasons why is because many people feel that they can relate to elephants due to their similarities to us, which is really wonderful when you think... Continue Reading →


It's #WorldLionDay today - a celebration of the kings and queens of the animal kingdom, the most socially big cats in the world, and a perfect opportunity to spread awareness about the plight of one of Africa's most iconic species. Today, on this special day of appreciation for lions, please help me to spread awareness by... Continue Reading →

A butterfly’s life

If you follow me on Instagram, chances are you would have seen my daily videos about my latest experience - watching and helping five beautiful caterpillars  journey from their larval stages as tiny caterpillars to five beautiful, healthy butterflies which are key to our environment. The main idea behind this was that whilst the majority... Continue Reading →

Why should we care about bees?

Originally written for Ethical Surrey The end of June brought with it the end of this year’s Great British Bee Count. And what a tremendous count it was. It is increasingly becoming common knowledge that bees are in dire need of our help, as their rapid decline also hinders our own survival as a species.... Continue Reading →


Any transformation worth having won't come easily 💚 and then one day, just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, she became a beautiful butterfly 🐛🍃


It's wonderful to notice things The way in which the bold white spines of the feathers lay diagonally across the screen The shades of green and earthy brown representing the solid connection to nature The vibrant blue moving focus across the image The intricate intertwining of delicate hairs The perfectly designed placement to provide a... Continue Reading →

The Great British Bee Count

During the bank holiday weekend I took part in the Great British Bee Count. As we all know, bees are essential for our own survival, but they are rapidly declining due to a number of factors including heavy usage of strong pesticides, climate change, and the stress of the same bees being trucked from field-to-field... Continue Reading →

How to make fat balls in 3 easy steps

Garden birds love fat balls and bird cakes that are commonly available in pet stores, garden centres and even some major supermarkets. However, they are also super easy to make at home using a few simple ingredients. What you will need: bird seeds peanuts raisins grated cheese vegetable suet A container such as a yoghurt... Continue Reading →

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