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Follow the Leader

An absolutely beautiful morning down at Burwell Fen at the weekend. Quite quiet on the wildlife front but even on mornings like that it is still fantastic to be out amongst the goings on. 79 more words

Nigel Cooke Photography

Cold Buffet [Water Vole]

7 hours sitting in freezing cold water for around 10 minutes of good views – but all 100% worth it. Such amazing little animals, and as so many of our wildlife under threat in many parts of the country. 15 more words


Hunter Becomes The Hunted

This Jackal was perhaps regretting its decision to move in on a recent lioness kill ….

Nigel Cooke Photography

Wildlife Photograph of the Year -- 2014

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The wildlife photographer of the year 2014…is American photographer Michael Nichols with his image of five female lions at rest with their cubs in Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park.

Thanks, Mike


Red Squirrels - British Wildlife Centre Photography Day

Monday 10th November

After a two hour drive and a toll booth across the m25 and Dartford tunnel , I made it ! The British Wildlife Centre , I was greeted by a keeper armed with wellies and a bucket full of animal treats we headed out to meet the animals, we started off with the Red Squirrel enclosure. 327 more words

The Contenders

Dawn at Big Meadows, Shenandoah National Park. Time for a duel. A duel between youth and age.

In one side of the corner is the ten-point buck. 148 more words


Locked On [Atlantic Puffin]

An Atlantic Puffin locks its eyes on me as it makes a (very) high speed pass on the Island of Skokholm. It was great to be back on the island and certainly this year I was much more prepared by the speed of these fantastic seabirds.