Entries Tagged ‘Nikon’:

Make Time For Nature

Filed in Wildlife on Jan.01, 2021

As the New Year begins its a good time to reflect on a year that has impacted everyone around the globe in many different ways. Never in our lifetime as something had such a devastating effect on our day to day lives as Coronavirus.

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography


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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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Opportunity Knocks

Filed in Animal Behaviour, Projects on Oct.27, 2020

I wanted to share some recent images of Red Squirrel’s from a site in England. This area is managed by the wildlife trust who keep an eye on this population that were almost wiped out several years ago due to the squirrel pox virus.

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.

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Wild Red Deer Rut

Filed in Articles on Jul.15, 2020

The heaths and moors of the Peak District are an eerie exposure of peat covered moorland sitting about 600m (2000 ft) above sea level. Large wind carved eroded rocks sit among vast plateaus and rock formations supporting a healthy population of wild Red Deer.


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Natures Healing Power

Filed in Advice On Wildlife, Articles on Jul.06, 2020

In August’s 2020 issue of Bird Watching magazine there is a sixteen page pull on why birding can change your life. I’m pleased to have contributed to this and hope it helps to inspire people to get out, into nature for their physical health but just as important their mental health.

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