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Steve Daniels

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#18420 Crete Nature Blog: The End Of Civilisation

Posted by Steve Daniels on 26 November 2015 - 09:27 AM

Into the wild this week as The Crete Nature Blog journey takes us to The End of Civilisation http://cretenature.b...vilisation.html


#18407 Crete Nature Blog: Fly Feet And Lizards' Ears

Posted by Steve Daniels on 19 November 2015 - 08:41 AM

A selection of interesting animal and plant facts as we continue our journey up the Eden Valley in this week’s Crete Nature Blog:  http://cretenature.b...zards-ears.html


#18399 Crete Nature Blog: The Hills Are Alive

Posted by Steve Daniels on 12 November 2015 - 06:06 AM

Examining how plants, fungi and animals interact on a Cretan hillside. Crete Nature Blog: The Hills are Alive http://bit.ly/1HGPLUQ


#18385 Crete Nature Blog: Entrapment In A Virgin's Bower

Posted by Steve Daniels on 05 November 2015 - 06:47 AM

The journey continues as the Crete Nature Blog suffers Entrapment in a Virgin’s Bower  http://bit.ly/1GKCMGW

More birds, bugs, flowers and general tomfoolery in Crete’s natural wonderland.



#18377 Crete Nature Blog: A Journey Begins

Posted by Steve Daniels on 29 October 2015 - 07:55 AM

This week the Crete Nature Blog begins a fascinating journey into a relatively little explored valley in southern Lassithi. Begin reading here - http://bit.ly/1Rdx28J


#18364 Crete Nature Blog: Cathartic Katharo

Posted by Steve Daniels on 22 October 2015 - 06:45 AM

Unwind with the Crete Nature Blog on Cathartic Katharo http://bit.ly/1W4B21Z
With restful Restharrow, beautiful Blue Butterflies, shiny Beetles, ravenous Ravens and mouthwatering Mushrooms.


#18352 Crete Nature Blog: The Misty Thripti Mountains

Posted by Steve Daniels on 16 October 2015 - 10:19 AM

Fungi, Flora, Beetles and Scorpions in this week’s Crete Nature Blog - The Misty Thripti Mountains. http://bit.ly/1LtoElh


#18330 Crete Nature Blog: Fruits Of Autumn

Posted by Steve Daniels on 08 October 2015 - 07:25 AM


A beautiful autumn walk in the Crete countryside followed by a swim in the Med. Who could ask for more? Crete Nature Blog: Fruits of Autumn http://bit.ly/1MdNVMx


Plant parenting; Flycatchers; Giant jumpers; Sublime slime; Cunning cucumbers of the sea.

#18314 Crete Nature Blog: Bumbling Through The Bog

Posted by Steve Daniels on 30 September 2015 - 08:20 AM

Subjects covered this week:

Vervain, a medicinal herb; Leaf-cutter Bees; Know your reeds; Crows at play; Ornate wrasse, a transsexual fish.



#18309 Crete Nature Blog: Porto Belissario

Posted by Steve Daniels on 23 September 2015 - 11:33 AM

Join me for a new season of the weekly Crete Nature Blog – a fun look at the birds, bugs and blooms of Crete: http://cretenature.b...belissario.html



#18232 Crete Nature Blog: Here Comes Summer!

Posted by Steve Daniels on 27 June 2015 - 08:22 AM

Celebrating summer with a host of wildlife in this week’s Crete Nature Blog: http://cretenature.b...mes-summer.html


#18227 Crete Nature Blog: Frolicking In The Fennel

Posted by Steve Daniels on 13 June 2015 - 08:26 AM

Birds, Butterflies and Bugs as this week's Crete Nature Blog goes Frolicking in the Fennel: http://cretenature.b...-in-fennel.html



#18222 Crete Nature Blog: Communication

Posted by Steve Daniels on 05 June 2015 - 07:23 AM

Talking to the animals and plants in this week’s Crete Nature Blog: http://cretenature.b...munication.html


#18220 Crete Nature Blog: Creatures Of The Blue Lagoon

Posted by Steve Daniels on 29 May 2015 - 05:40 AM

This week’s Crete Nature Blog investigates the Creatures of the Blue Lagoon: http://cretenature.b...lue-lagoon.html



#18217 Crete Nature Blog: Beachcombin'

Posted by Steve Daniels on 22 May 2015 - 08:49 AM

After last week’s somewhat strenuous hike through the Kritsa Gorge I promised you something a little more relaxing this week. I thought I’d bring you down here to Ferma Bay and we’d spend an hour or two wandering along the sands beachcombin’. An activity so laid back it’s too much of an effort to pronounce the end of the word. - See more at: http://cretenature.b...eachcombin.html