Butterflies, Birds & Lockdown

Right now I should be in southern Spain searching for Iberian Lynx. However, like roughly a third of the entire world's population, I'm stuck at...
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Butterflies, Birds & Lockdown


Recent additions to the photography galleries.

Nightjars, starlings and flycatchers

A few new additions to the gallery today. First up is the Greater Blue-eared Starling. This particular one was photographed in Skukuza rest camp in the Kruger National Park where…

Katydids and Walking Sticks

I’m always particularly interested in creatures that employ camouflage as their primary means of defence against predation. Leaf-mimic Katydids and Stick Insects are masters of camouflage. Katydid nymphs often look…

Tropical invertebrates

Sometimes it’s possible to add new species to the species list without even leaving the house. On this occasion it wasn’t a new moth discovered in the bathroom or a…

Fritillaries and Wood Whites

Whilst I’ve spent almost every night of the last 3 weeks working with the European Nightjars which have recently arrived and are in the process of selecting territories and finding…

Kudus, Eagles, and Fritillaries

Another three photographs have been added to the gallery. The most recently taken photo is the pair of mating Pearl-bordered Fritillary in Gloucestershire, which will still be on the wing…

A mixture of mustelids

A mixture of mustelids has been added to the gallery today. First up is an Otter photographed in the daytime on the Norfolk – Cambridgeshire border. Next is the UK’s…

Minotaurs, Spiders and Otters

The gallery has been updated with another three images. The Minotaur Beetle was photographed at home in the Forest of Dean. The European Otter was in Norfolk whilst the Giant…

Leopards, storks and butterflies

These images have been added to the gallery. The leopard was photographed in Wilpattu, Sri Lanka in 2017 and I was fortunate enough to be able to spend a good…

13 new images

Another thirteen photographs have been added to the galleries – 12 species from England, Germany, Costa Rica, Sri Lanka and South Africa. Many of these pictures are from the backlog…

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