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Another pop at Maltese Hunters?

The oldest piece of European legislation applicable to wildlife is ‘The Birds Directive’ and was passed into law in 1979.

The Birds Directive bans activities that directly threaten birds, such as the deliberate killing or capture of birds, the destruction of their nests and taking of their eggs, and associated activities such as trading in live or dead birds, with a few exceptions. 353 more words

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Pupping Season

It’s that time of year again. The Grey Seals have started to pup their way through the winter. The beaches around Norfolk are now starting to fill with creamy white young seals that will quickly fatten to become the round balls of fur that all too soon become independent from their mothers. 32 more words

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A Bullet from a Gun

We were photographing Deer the other week when this little chap shot out from under our feet. We knew he was somewhere in the area as one of my guests had seen him amble behind trees earlier. 51 more words

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As I was going to St Ives ...

We more or less cleaned up on our tour to Scillies over the last week. Anything that it was possible to see, we saw; with the exception of a Rose Coloured Starling that employed an almost endearing absence each time we went to look for it. 204 more words

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Eye eye.

Eye to eye with a Southern Hawker on a tour the other week.

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Gnashers

Some higher than normal tides during the middle of the month gave the opportunity for some great photography out in Blakeney Harbour. The Grey Seals are beginning to gather for the winter pupping season and the tides push them onto concentrated herds on low sandbanks. 40 more words

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Egg seller

Watching a female Southern Hawker alight on a damp log the other week I was surprised to see her start laying within the clefts of the bark.

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