Rpbert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

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Job Vacancy – 10/04/219 Dispatch and Stock Control Part time position | Immediate start   At: the Robert Fuller Gallery, Thixendale, Malton YO17 9LS Tel: 01759 368355 Key information: Annual salary £7400 for 2 days per week Holiday entitlement: 11 days holiday entitlement Hours: 9am-5pm. Two days a week. In October-December this role can be expanded into 3-5 days a week. Start 1st week of May The role: We have an exciting part time opportunity […]

wildlife painting of the week

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Springtime Wildlife In Paint Follow the seasons with a painting a week As blossom emerges and birds begin to prepare their nests for the breeding season ahead, my weekly choice of paintings reflect the mood of hope in the air. Keep checking in each week for a new painting to reflect the season. Click here to look back at my wildlife painting of the week winter choices. April 10th 2019 Three’s Trouble Wildlife painting of […]

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Welcome to the latest update from my Kestrel Nest Camera!   The kestrels are laying eggs in Sycamore Stump. The eggs have come quite early, last year she laid on April 20th and they are known tend to lay between late April and early May. A typical kestrel clutch can range between three to seven eggs. These are laid at regular intervals of two days. So far this female has been like clockwork, producing two […]

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The latest from cameras relayed via a wireless internet signal more than 50 miles from Hull to my remote gallery in Thixendale show the Salt End Peregrines are sharing the job of incubating their clutch of four eggs. Read on for the highlights and scroll down to see the paintings inspired by this fascinating pair. All about the ‘Salt End Peregrines’: click here to read their story Keep checking in to this blog post for […]

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The female tawny owl has laid eggs. She is two weeks later than usual and for a while I was worried she wasn’t going to lay at all. Owls are unlike other birds in that they begin to incubate as soon as the first egg is laid. This means that the chicks hatch at different intervals and vary in size inside the nest. A tawny owl typically lays 2/3 large white eggs roughly every two […]

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  Cameras running 24 hours on a peregrine nest located on a vast industrial site in Hull are relayed via a wireless internet signal to my remote gallery in Thixendale. Follow the story of the peregrines of Salt End Chemical Park here. The highlights so far include a dramatic courtship conducted at dizzying heights and the magical moment four spectacular red-brown eggs are laid, one by one. Scroll down to see the paintings inspired by this intense […]

best wildlife photograph of the week

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Wildlife Art Photographic Studies A Beautiful Wildlife Photograph Every Week Spring is the time to photograph wildlife at its most interesting. My photographs are studies for my paintings and I’ve selected the best images of the season for you. Scroll down to see ospreys, long-tailed tits and hares boxing in the fields. Click here for more snapshots taken throughout the seasons.  Click here to see these photographs translates into paintings on my Wildlife Painting of […]

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The female barn owl is now laying. She is supported by the male who brings regular meals into the box. Barn owls differ from other birds in that they incubate their eggs from the moment the first one is laid. As a consequence the chicks hatch at different times and can vary considerably in size. Scroll down to see the paintings inspired by this barn owl pair. From the beginning: Click here to read full […]

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This is the story of a pair of peregrines living high on a cooling tower at Salt End, a vast industrial chemical park on the banks of the Humber Estuary. Click to play video Far above one of Europe’s busiest ports in an industrial landscape of belching chimneys and vast cooling towers, live a pair of peregrine falcons. The world’s fastest bird has made this harsh and unforgiving environment of Salt End Chemical Park near Hull its […]

birdlife of mallorca

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Holiday in Mallorca Booked? Take Your Binoculars Most people go to Mallorca for the sun. But beyond the beach loungers lies a haven for birdwatchers. .  Click to play video If You Love Birds: Then Visit Mallorca I’ve just got back from a memorable week spent on holiday in Mallorca. It’s the third time I’ve visited this island, which is a hugely popular destination with holidaymakers thanks to its warm climate and rugged coastline. It […]

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