Category Archives: Wild Britain – Winter

A Winter’s Tale

Click on image to enlarge It’s the week before Christmas and we are in the highlands of Scotland. The snow is really starting to fall now  and resting  just a few feet away from us is a mountain hare, lying in … Continue reading

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The Horse of the Woods

Click on image to enlarge Introducing the Capercaillie, the undisputed heavyweight champion of the grouse family. Its largest member and one of Scotland’s most iconic species. It’s also a bird under serious threat and a flagship species for Scottish nature conservation. … Continue reading

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At first light

Click on image to enlarge Last winter I started work on a long term project on British owls. Much of my time was spent focusing on one of my favourite species, the Barn Owl at a well known location in … Continue reading

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Winter reflections

Click on image to enlarge I have spent a lot of time this winter in Norfolk photographing Barn Owls. I’ll be the first to admit, its been hard work at times. For the most part the weather hasn’t been kind. And … Continue reading

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