Entries Tagged ‘Conservation Photography’:

OneKind Prints

Filed in Articles, Charities on Nov.13, 2020

Coronavirus has and still is a very challenging time for everyone, it’s even worse for those charities that depend on funds raised to carry on their work that have been really impacted this year.

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography


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Emptying our Uplands

Filed in Articles, Wildlife on Jul.27, 2020

Driven Grouse Shooting is a blight on our nation. It is destroying our national heritage leaving our moorlands and uplands devoid of so many beautiful species of animals and birds. Land owners, gamekeepers and their proxies are cleansing our uplands and moorlands of so much precious wildlife.

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography


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Welcome Back

Filed in Projects on May.22, 2020

Redstarts and Pied Flycatchers are two of my favourite summer visitors to our shores. When these birds arrive I know our summer is just round the corner. They travel all the way from North Africa to raise their family in a beautiful part of the Peak District, before heading back to Africa.

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography


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Vote for New Big 5

Filed in Projects on May.17, 2020

The New Big 5 project is an international initiative to create a New Big 5 of Wildlife Photography, rather than hunting. Shooting with a camera, not a gun.  It’s a message backed by more than 100 world-leading photographers and conservationists including Dr Jane Goodall.

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography New Big 5

https://www.newbig5.com/craig-jones/


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Mother Nature’s Wake Up Call

Filed in Advice On Wildlife, Articles on Mar.24, 2020

Making the best of any situation is a real strength and one we are all capably of if we try. As the world now enters a challenging period of lockdown due to the Coronavirus this mindset has never been more important. We are all in this together and must follow the governments guidance.


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