Westcountry Wildlife & Film - LB Loxley
Promoting and supporting UK wildlife through video and narrative. Sharing in BBC2's Great British Garden Watch was a highlight in our wildlife promoting year.
I would love nothing more than to have a greater impact on spreading the love of wildlife to the greater community. I am happy to help with voice over, presenting and production of video clips or dvd's. We have also produced 15 half hour episodes of our own wildlife series, featuring an array of wonderful wildlife. Our relaxing yet informative approach has proven immensely popular. Many find our p
Operating as usual
Actually went somewhere nice today - a lovely Exmoor River. Found this American Signal Crayfish. Not the best find when you consider the impact on our native crayfish, but the little guy looked pleased to see me, after all, he was waving...
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Sometimes there is just as much to see at home as there is out and about.
#stayinghome with LB Loxley - Episode 2 Things have moved on a pace in the garden since the spring, and even though going out is now an option, sometimes is just as nice.
For a bit of light relief, why not take a look at my 4 part wildlife comedy section - Pygmy Wheelbarrow Sketches.
A Journey of Discovery - Part 1 (David Attenborough Spoof) Comedy sketch with David Atomburner discovering a new species.
If you fancy a relaxing Exmoor wander, then pull up a chair, close your eyes and listen to my 2nd Virtual Wildlife Show from 10 radio. https://youtu.be/fO2GZRr_xO4
LB Loxley's Virtual Wildlife Show - Episode 2 In Episode 2, LB explores Exmoor with its ponies and red deer, not to mention, a jolly nice pub too. 10 radio's wildlife presenter went into 'shielding' at t...
How a shielding wildlife enthusiast celebrates his wedding anniversary.
The first of my virtual wildlife shows is now available on YouTube, so why not pop along and enjoy a relaxing 15 minute stroll around Blue Anchor, near Minehead.
LB Loxley's Virtual Wildlife Show - Episode 1 10 radio's wildlife presenter went into 'shielding' at the beginning of , but was determined to find a way to get everyone out and about. So with a ...
Just because we can't go out right now, doesn't have to mean we can't enjoy nature and wildlife. So, why not join me in my wildlife garden, right now. https://youtu.be/62z2WBibLss
#stayinghome with LB Loxley - Episode 1 For the avid nature and wildlife lover, due to Covid-19 may seem like the end of the world. So, to keep you going out whilst staying in, I'm goi...
Westcountry Wanders - Episode 2 The Westcountry is full of interesting places, plants and wildlife. In this episode, I'll be discovering the history of the Grand Western Canal at Lowdwell o...
This is the first in a series of short videos about places of interest in the Westcountry, along with the flora and fauna to be found there.
Westcountry Wanders - Episode 1 The Westcountry is full of interesting places, plants and wildlife. In this episode, I'll be discovering a bit of history and taking a closer look at the spr...
Took this little one to Prickles Hedgehog Rescue today. It was stressing out on route in the crate, but was quite content in my hand.
We were wondering how this hen blackbird ended up with a Friar Tuck, and now we know. He may not have liked her in 'his' garden, but the earlier bird certainly kept the worm here.
How to build an insect hotel - People's Trust for Endangered Species Follow our simple instructions on how to build an insect hotel in your garden. Use dry leaves, moss, wood chips and old bricks to create a diverse habitat.
What's this then? It's not a camera, is it? Your not filming me are you? Aaahhhh!
This magpie appears to have an extended upper mandible. It doesn't appear to interfere with it eating, though.
Aside from 12 Large Yellow Underwing, last night's main moth finds were this beautiful Angle Shades and a rather tatty Setaceous Hebrew Character.
Never mind p...p...p... pick up a penguin, this is p...p...p...pick on a pigeon.
Wait for me, dad!
A nervous magpie finishing of the hog food.
New hog, Big Eric, asleep upside down with his legs in the air. I think he likes it here.
2 nights of mothing with a 2 night gap in between to allow them to do their thing. 11 species in on each night, but different moths at the bottom of the garden to those trapped at the top of the garden. All safely release.
Remember the Wide-mouth frog from the old Maltezer advert? Well, this is the Wide-mouthed magpie.
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A small village school, at the heart of the community, on the edge of Wellington.