Award-winning author and writer of The Times 'Nature Notebook,' Jonathan Tulloch lives deep in the North Yorkshire countryside. Join him as he wanders through the quiet back lanes.
Music by Aidan Tulloch.
Bats and betony
"It lay on the wayside like a magic carpet."
Hedgehogs and yellow wagtails
"No wonder yellow wagtails used to be called the sunshine bird."
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Kingfishers and shepherd's purse
"In a world with kingfishers, isn't anything possible?"
Music by Aidan Tulloch (www.aidantulloch.com)
Churchyards and buttercups
"Graveyards: they're our places of life. It's the common, little things that are the most beautiful."
House martins and bogbeans
"They bring the sky to us."
Lady's smock and damselflies
"I felt as though I was looking down on some tributary of the Amazon; it's all here, on our doorstep."