Entries Tagged ‘Fieldcraft’:

Nature is Amazing

Filed in Articles, Places Of Interest on Nov.20, 2020

The Norfolk Spring Tides are the biggest and best tides for witnessing the thousands of birds feeding on the mudflats, being pushed closer to shore. During this event most if not all of the estuary is consumed by the sea and submerged underwater.


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Handsome Couple

Filed in Wildlife on Sep.27, 2020

The Rowan berry tree in my garden has almost been stripped of its berries now. For over a week many birds have gorged on its ripe berries. I’ve shared some pictures in a previous blog post of the Blackbirds.


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OneKind – Guest Blog

Filed in Charities on Aug.18, 2020

OneKind is a growing movement of people committed to protecting Scotland’s animals. Staffed by a team of six, along with dozens of fantastic volunteers, they work tirelessly to expose and end cruelty.

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography OneKind


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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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Nothing is ever Normal

Filed in Advice On Wildlife, Wildlife on Jun.16, 2020

It often takes something to have happened to us before we have a different mindset or want to change. As we start to ease the restraints of lockdown that we have been part of now for several months. Many people have become more aware of the normal things around us that most have never noticed, let alone stopped to enjoy.

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography


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Safe Travels

Filed in Projects, Spring on Jun.12, 2020

Over the last few weeks I’ve been photographing a family of Pied Flycatchers and Redstarts. Both species arrive in April from Africa to raise their young here before the long joinery back to Africa.

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography


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