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The Guardian – October 2018 – It take a walk to the Loch of the Big Women.
The Guardian – July 2018 Britain’s Best Islands.
I revel in the peace of Holy Island.
The Guardian – March 2018 – Springtime walk
Enjoy the cherry blossom on the Hoo Peninsula.
The Guardian Jan 2018 Hunting for Peregrines.
I cycle through the Essex Countryside on the trail of J A Baker and the elusive peregrine.
The Guardian Dec 2017 – Walk the North Kent Marshes – while the solitude lasts.
The Hoo peninsula between the Thames and Medway estuaries has a rough-edged beauty, a landscape rich in history and a thriving bird reserve – but this sanctuary near London is under threat from developmen
In Russia the old ways are slowly giving way to the new, but after many shots of the local brew and patting the wildlife, who’s counting.
photo Carol Donaldson
BBC Wildlife Magazine – Nature Writer of the year 2010 – A wild night at the Railway pub
It’s Saturday night and all life both human and animal comes out to play
BBC Wildlife Magazine – Travel Writer of the Year 2011 – At night on the road in Australia
Cruising the outback roads at night, Carol Donaldson learns how to spot wildlife and alert Bill to the presence of quolls, bandicoots and wallabies. But, one day, Bill doesn’t swerve and she discovers that not everything has an equal right to life in Australia.
illustration Tim Marrs
The Telegraph – Dancing sheep in Westmorland
backcombed sheep doing the two step! What’s going on at the Westmorland County Show?