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The nature experiences that stay with us forever

Late on Tuesday night last week, I was scrolling absent-mindedly through Twitter when an unusual request caught my eye...

A dark navy coloured whale fluke viewed from behind, with a curtain of sea water dripping off it. In a wide, calm sea.
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Beautiful, wild and free - what birds mean to us

At the height of the first lockdown, when Belfast’s streets were quieter than I’ve ever known them (quieter than they probably ever will be again), my wife and I walked through an inner suburb of Belfast and spotted two buzzards soaring above us.

A painting of two peregrine falcons eating a duck carcass.