Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)

A Tail of Two Foxes

In November I travelled with Natures Images to the small town of Churchill, situated on the western shore of Hudson Bay in Manitoba, Canada. Churchill is famous for the many polar bears that move toward the shore in the autumn, giving the town its nickname of “Polar Bear Capital of the World.” Many bears congregate…

Red Deer stag (Cervus elaphasus)

Red Deer Rut

Red Deer are Britains largest land mammal and live in separate sex herds for most of the year. The breeding season, or rut, occurs from the end of September to November. Stags return to the females (hind’s) home range and compete for access to hinds by engaging in elaborate displays of dominance including roaring, parallel…

Monty

Home Patch

I have been out and about with my camera over the last few months, no where exotic but have been discovering some local wildlife and flora. We sometimes forget that there are some great images waiting to be taken near to home. Here are a few images to show what I have been doing. In…

Common Kestrel

Waiting for Kes

Yesterday was perhaps one of the few gloriously sunny days we are going to get in the UK this year and I spent 11 hours of the day in a small wooden hide waiting for Kes! I had booked the hide through Nature Photography Hides, a very friendly group of people who have set up…

Puffins Face to Face

Last week I joined my friend and professional photographer Danny Green along with Shelley, Fred, Ian, Nigel, Bob, John and Pete on the island of Skomer off the Pembrokeshire coast in Wales. We were there to photograph the Puffin, a comically charming and most definitely my favourite bird. Here are a few images. Share on…