Last time I visited the Gallery I forgot to take any photos, so when I went this time to drop off the Birds of Rye Harbour I made sure to have some more cake, and to get my phone out for some snaps. I met Paul there, and took my son and his girlfriend too … Continue reading Avocet Gallery & Tea Room
This is a little different from the habitat logbooks, in that I have designed it to be primarily aimed at the day-tripper or staycationer who wants to add some value to their visit, and bond with the birdlife in this part of Sussex. Of course, regulars can enjoy it too, as there are the tables … Continue reading Introducing the Birds of Rye Harbour Birdwatching Logbook
I have finished my two "Birds of..." logbooks now, and have pinged them over to the proofreaders (my parents!) to be checked before printing. They have quite similar birds, the Isle of Wight and Rye Harbour both being south coast locations, and I found it more difficult to write the copy for the birds I've … Continue reading Two more books, and a Nightjar
Yesterday I took four sets of my logbooks to go in to the shop at the new Discovery Centre at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve. Although the weather was cold and rainy (so, typical June weather then...) there were lots of people enjoying the great view from the comfort of the Centre, and the cakes at … Continue reading Bonding with Books – and a new stockist!
One of the exciting things to develop from the publishing of my birdwatching logbooks is the chance to work with other birdy venues to create a logbook of their area. I am currently working with Dr Barry Yates at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve to make sure I have the correct information for the Birds of … Continue reading Process: putting the books together