It was wonderful to make a return visit to see the beavers on the Bamff Ecotourism estate in May 2019.
A wonderful first visit to RSPB Troup Head to see the gannets and fulmars.
Brown hares, roe deer and curlew in the fields and red squirrels in the garden… my idea of wildlife heaven.
After a few weeks of spring-like weather in the Scottish Highlands, winter made a brief, but dramatic return, and of course, I took advantage of it!
Spending time with the mountain hares in the crazy 2019 windy, mild winter weather.
I’ve had the pleasure of photographing red squirrels at a number of locations through out Scotland, so here’s a list of my recommendations and tips for photographing these wonderful little animals.
The weather may have been wet and windy, but it was still a joy to spend a few days in the company of the mountain hares this October.
Photographing red kites at a feeding station is an exhilarating experience, and nowhere more so than at Gigrin Farm in Wales.
A rare trip South of the Border rewarded me with wonderful encounters with little owls, kingfishers and a confiding snipe.
The final part of my whistle-stop tour of Scotland saw me in Aviemore for a challenging attempt to photograph ospreys in the mist and mountain hares in the rain.