Entries Tagged ‘One To One Wildlife Photography’:

MPOY 2024 Winners

Filed in Charities, Events on Apr.05, 2024

The winners of the MPOY 2024 competition, Mammal Connections have now been announced. The standard was absolutely brilliant in all the categories.

1st place:The Squirrel and the Bee by Gary Watson, taken near Elgin, Scotland.


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Dippers

Filed in Projects on Mar.17, 2024

Two male Dippers competing for the same territory, which belonged to the Dipper on the right of the photo.
Craig Jones Wildlife Photography

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New Bespoke Prints

Filed in Articles on Feb.20, 2024

I’ve added lots of new images to my galleries. If you would like to order one of my photographs click on this link to be taken to my portfolio.

Then select a gallery, photo and click buy photo to see the various formats. All the images are available in different sizes, canvases and framed or unframed.


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The Power of Nature

Filed in Wildlife on Feb.14, 2024

#powerofnature


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Shortys

Filed in Workshops on Jan.02, 2024

Short-eared Owls are commonly seen hunting during the day here in the UK. During the Winter months their numbers can increase greatly with an influx of birds from the continental.

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography


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Gift Vouchers

Filed in Gift Vouchers on Dec.01, 2023

My gift vouchers are priced at £20, £50, £100 denominations. They are all printed professionally and come with a stylish black envelope.
Craig Jones Wildlife Photography
Craig Jones Wildlife Photography
Craig Jones Wildlife Photography
If you would like to purchase one or more click on this link. Select your gift vouchers, add the quantity you would like to your basket and when you’ve finished shopping proceed to the checkout.

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Chance Encounter

Filed in Animal Behaviour, Projects on Nov.16, 2023

The Red Fox, one of the most misunderstood and persecuted mammals in Britain. Living alongside us, often out of sight they have evolved to live in urban environments just as they do in their natural woodland habitat.
Craig Jones Wildlife Photography

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Wild Red Deer Rut

Filed in Articles on Aug.24, 2023

The heaths and moors of the Peak District are an eerie exposure of peat covered moorland sitting about 600m 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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