Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

Barn Owl Chicks

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Three barn owl chicks have hatched and they are already growing up fast. There was a four-day interval before the first and second chick hatched, and then a three-day gap before the third one. Watch the highlights from my nest camera to see the difference in size between each chick as they grow. It’s quite considerable. Now we need names for them. Scroll down to see the paintings inspired by these barn owls. From the […]

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New Art Exhibition Focuses On The Secret Lives Of Stoats And Weasels Wild About Stoats & Weasels: An Artist’s Perspective The Robert Fuller Gallery | Thixendale, North Yorkshire | June 15th – July 7th. Small, swift and deeply secretive, stoats and weasels are hard to spot in the wild. But I have made it my mission to research these little-known mammals for a new series of paintings on exhibit in my gallery in Thixendale, North […]

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This is the story of a family of stoats living in my garden in North Yorkshire. An intensive five-year study into the secret world of stoats I have been watching six generations of a remarkable stoat dynasty for five years now. I follow these little known mammals from the moment the kits are born inside their animal nests to their first experiences of winter snows, getting to know each one individually, giving names to most. […]

stoat art

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Stunning Paintings Of Stoats and Weasels This remarkable collection is the result of a five-year intensive study This summer I will exhibit my latest collection of paintings of stoats and weasels. The event, which runs from June 15th – July 7th at my gallery in Thixendale follows a five-year intensive study into the secret worlds of the miniature mustelids living in my garden. Click here to read more about my upcoming exhibition. My in-depth research […]

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Nest Cameras | Spring 2019 | Barn Owl, Tawny Owl & Kestrel Egg Laying Update Read on to get the latest news from my nest cameras this year   It’s Easter and I’m currently watching 12 of the most beautiful eggs. These are not the chocolate variety, but wild bird eggs that I am monitoring live on screens in my gallery. Each spring I look forward to the first eggs being laid. This year I’ve […]

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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 kingfisher

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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. May 15th 2019 Colourful Kingfisher 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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Four chicks have hatched at Salt End! Scroll down to see them as they emerge wet and shaky from their eggs. These clips are taken directly from live cameras inside the nest. A wireless internet signal relays the footage 50 miles from their nest at an industrial site in Hull to my remote gallery in Thixendale. Read on for the highlights and scroll down to see the paintings inspired by this fascinating pair. All about […]

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The female tawny owl is now incubating three eggs. She sits on these eggs alone for 30 days until hatching begins. This year she laid two weeks later than usual and for a while I was worried she wasn’t going to lay any eggs 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 […]

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