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Robin chosen by Dartmoor Society for their 2018 Christmas Card

01/04/18

Robin in snowstorm - hoping for some food - hungry fella!

One of two photos selected for the final short-list of RPS Nature Group 2018 Competition

23/03/18

Steller's Sea Eagle. Taken in Hokkaido Japan, this is the largest sea-eagle in the world with up to 8 foot wing span. Normally found on the sea-ice, this was taken from a fishing boat.

Second entry selected as a finalist for RPS Nature Group 2018 Competition.

23/03/18

Blakiston's Fishing Owl. Incredibly rare species with only ~20 pairs in Hokkaido. Taken in midwinter when the night time temperature reached -20C. The pools are kept from freezing because of they are fed by geothermal springs.

Shortlisted in The Hidden World, Royal Society of Biology Photo Competition 2017

27/09/17

Out of the Darkness - Blakiston's Fishing Owl (shown above) taken on Shiretoko Peninsular, Hokkaido, Japan. Owls are typically birds of the night and so are from the dark "hidden world".

Photographing in Namibia

01/09/17

Greater Kestrel mobbing a Tawny Eagle. I will set up a section for Namibia later.

Shortlisted for RPS Wildlife Competition

06/06/17

Courting swallows - such excitement!

Selected as a BioPic in The Biologist

01/11/16

Kopje Copycat - a cheetah merges into a granite outcrop while looking for game in the Serengeti, Tanzania

Biologist chooses photo for their BioPic

01/07/16

Swallows Courting