Entries Tagged ‘Wildlife’:

Ethics Matter

Filed in Articles on Feb.05, 2021

When I’m photographing wildlife I’m trying to document wild behaviour, something that occurred naturally. I’m not trying to create something that was fake and contrived.

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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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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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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Long-Tailed Tit Family

Filed in Articles on May.15, 2019

In March of this year I came across a pair of Long-Tailed Tits that where building their nest in a thorny, dense hedgerow. These birds are so tiny and absolutely beautiful, they look like a little lollipop when in flight. The following images, all taken recently are just a few of my favourites from this project.


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Long-Tailed Tit Project

Filed in Projects on Mar.12, 2019

Recently I found a pair of Long-tailed Tits that were building a nest in a dense hedgerow protected on all sides by thorny branches. I’ve spent as much time there as I can, working from a camouflaged hide to minimise any disturbance to these tiny birds by my present.


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