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Larmer Tree Studio

Peacock at Larmer Tree

Peacock at Larmer Tree

  Lovely to receive an inquiry and sale today. My 'Peacock at Larmer Tree Gardens' fine art print is now flying off to his new home.

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On a brighter note

On a brighter note

On a brighter note, little Queenie is looking much better and stronger. Her breast feathers are also looking a deeper red colour. The cheeky monkey still follows us both around the garden and here she is outside my studio. Am feeding her 4-5 times a day, but it's...

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Trust Pilot

I read reviews whenever I am making a purchase, I find them invaluable especially if I am on a website that I don't know so well. I use one review site frequently: Trust Pilot Review Page, and thought it would be good to include it on my website too. I am now...

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Lioness

Lioness

  Still a long way to go with this one, but great to be back in the studio again.

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Dick and (Great Dane) Dusty

Two days running, and two friends have passed away:  I can't believe it. Dear Dick lived to a grand age and was active until just recently. In fact, he drove to visit us only a short while ago and it was lovely to see him; he even chatted about work with Brian. Years...

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Studio sunset

Studio sunset

A lovely, peaceful evening for flying my batties. A huge pink cloud drifted lazily across the sky whilst a noctule, enroute to feeding grounds, flew high above the garden. I truly thought Mr. Cuckoo had returned to Africa, but to my delight we were accompanied by him...

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Flight roof

Flight roof

Exciting stuff. The roof is now being meshed.  It is really difficult pulling the mesh tight and keeping it in place at the same time. Flight Costs: May 4th Floorboards - 3 sheets Plywood £70.00 Wood frames £155.00 Timber £41.00 Plastic Mesh - 1x10mtr roll (needed...

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Joey Pip chatting

Video: Joey bat chattering before bedtime Joey  telling me to just get on with it and give him his dinner last night. 

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‘Bathala’ Bat Flight

‘Bathala’ Bat Flight

Rescued Daubenton's bat having a drink Bathala is known as the grand conserver of the universe, the caretaker of things from whom all providence comes, hence the lovely word 'bahala' meaning 'to care'.    In 2011, I cared for and raised 5 orphaned pups, and...

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Flypaper bat

Flypaper bat

A Pipistrelle bat I received last summer.  The poor thing was covered in glue from a sticky flypaper trap. It looked and felt like a hard piece of wood and I  initially couldn't tell which end was its head or tail. Am pleased to share the news that glue traps are...

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