Articles by Cal Flyn
Cal Flyn / November 10, 2019
If you, like me, have been throwing up your hands in frustration at the current political morass, you might find solace in the study of birds
Cal Flyn / October 7, 2019
I had wanted isolation but when I found it, it had frightened me.
Cal Flyn / September 3, 2019
It’s on my mind again as we are packing our belongings for our move to Orkney
Cal Flyn / July 18, 2019
By cutting kit and preparation to a minimum, we can slot some microadventures into the wild into everyday life
We need the tonic of wildness. Poets know it. Gardeners know it. Dog walkers know it. Why did it take the medical profession so long to figure it out?
A new memoir is endlessly interesting and dazzlingly erudite
Outside the range of our senses, the animals around us chirrup, shimmer and moan
It may be a bad time for farmers and market gardeners, but it’s not such a bad time to forage for wild foods
Watching the snow fall across the rural landscape, emotions are heightened and thoughts run clear