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April 25th, 2016

Behind The Shot: Dalmatian Pelicans By Jayne Bond— Lake Kerkini, Greece

Posted By Kristan Ashworth
Photo by Jayne Bond
I love photographing all aspects of nature, whether it’s woodland birds in the local country park or traveling farther afield to places such as Brownsea Island to photograph red squirrels, the deer rut at Richmond Park, red kites in mid-Wales or gorgeous little puffins on Skomer Island just off the Welsh coast. I’ve always had …
May 31st, 2011

Hanging in the Wind

Posted By Kevin Schafer
Northern Fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis) In flight, Scotland
Fulmars are small cousins to the albatross, and like them, are creatures of the wind. And on my recent trip around the British Isles, we had PLENTY of that: including the worst spring storm in Scotland in 50 years, with sustained 60-70 mph winds. But while most birds were sticking to their burrows, the fulmars …