Looking at the time of year I thought it was about now that I should bring back the blog. It's been brought back quite a few times and will probably be brought back again in the future as finding time to write is always so hard.
So anyways some new content. Well looking under the bed in the spare room this morning I realized I still had a handful of my 2017 Calendars in stock. When I say a handful I mean under 10 so here is a short write up featuring this years shots.
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More information or to order you can visit my websites 'Online Shop' here: British Wildlife 2017 Calendar
As always my Calendar features shots of totally wild British birds and mammals photographed throughout the past year. I always try my best to include an even mix or birds and mammals if I can relate them to the month in which the photo was taken. Here is this years selection.
January 2017 - Great spotted Woodpecker - Taken from my pop up hide around my garden feeders.
February 2017 - Brown Hare - Frosty winter mornings were perfect for catching up with the local Brown Hares.
March 2017 - Great crested Grebes - An early spring trip to the Somerset levels brought a morning with a Great crested Grebe pair on a small lake.
April 2017 - Yellowhammer - My local population were looking stunning as they came into breeding plumage.
May 2017 - Eurasian Otter - A close encounter of the Otter kind whilst holidaying on Mull.
June 2017 - Atlantic Puffin - Some Puffin therapy from a couple of hours spent on the Isle of Lunga.
July 2017 - Roe Deer - With Summer underway, the freshly harvested fields became battlefields for the annual Roe Deer rut.
August 2017 - Kingfisher - 4 Years living by a river and finally I manage a Kingfisher shot.
September 2017 - Red Kite - You never know what species will turn up in the garden when the camera is out, this Kite landing in a tree was a little bit of a shock.
October 2017 - Reeves' Muntjac - Alert as ever, my closest encounter to date with the Muntjac.
November 2017 - Wigeon - I have never had the pleasure of photographing these magnificent ducks up close until a chance visit to RSPB Greylake.
December 2017 - Short-eared Owl - No year would be complete without a shot of these awesome Owls, taken around midday on a grey December day.
As mentioned above for more information or to order you can visit my websites 'Online Shop' here: British Wildlife 2017 Calendar
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