A couple more additions to the wildlife gallery today. The Short-eared Owl was photographed in the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, hunting the fields in its winter territory. The Common Green Forest Lizard was found in the Sinharaja rain forest of Sri Lanka. As with the vast majority of images in the gallery, these are both available to … Read more
Some further additions to the wildlife gallery today… I spent this afternoon watching Short-eared Owls in the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire. The Roe Deer was moving at full speed across a field in which 3 Short-eared Owls were hunting. This picture catches the moment it passed one of the perched owls as it watched on. The … Read more
I took this image of a Starling murmuration yesterday. It shows many thousands of birds as they came in to roost in the reedbed around dusk. Whilst it certainly represents a lot of birds, this was actually only a small fraction of late arrivals. The main flock was a bit too far away and largely … Read more
Happy new year (and decade)! My first additions to the wildlife gallery for 2020 are this Nightjar and Otter. The Nightjar was photographed close to home in the Forest of Dean. Whilst I did photograph this bird in person, this particular image was captured by a trail-camera which I left in position for the lifespan … Read more
A day after Boxing Day, there are two additions to the wildlife gallery. Firstly is an Indian Palm Squirrel photographed in southern Sri Lanka, where it is very common. I found the African Elephant whilst driving through a particularly dry region of the Limpopo province of South Africa. All my camera gear was out of … Read more
Two new additions to the gallery today. I found this male Black-backed Puffback outside one of the rest camps of the Kruger National Park. If memory serves correctly it was the Satara camp. He was in the middle of his amazing display, though I couldn’t notice a female in the near vicinity. The Leopard was … Read more
A couple of new photos have been added to the wildlife gallery. First up is a Crested Tit photographed in the Abernethy Forest in the Cairngorms, Scotland. Secondly, a young Goshawk photographed in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, whilst it was being fitted with a satellite tag as part of an ongoing research project.