Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

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Barney was one of my favourite owls here at Fotherdale. He had lived here for more than years but sadly, on the 23rd of October, I saw him for what would be the last time. What Happened to Barney? I don’t expect I will ever know what happened to Barney. He may have sustained one too many attacks, he certainly had a great many clashes with the tawny owls that also live here during his […]

barn owl live cam id

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There are so many barn owls in my garden it can be really difficult to tell who’s who. Quite often I’ve seen seven barn owls at once on the live camera, and I think there could be up to 10 owls out there most nights. So I’ve made a video below to show you the difference between some of the owls and created a ‘rogue’s gallery’ of our main characters below including tips so that […]

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This is the extraordinary story of an only barn owl chick whose lonely, chequered, life was recorded on cameras hidden inside her nest. Read on for an owl drama that, looked at from a human perspective, spans love, loss, and even murder! Of course as a barn owl, all this is normal! Live Cameras in my Art Studio  Next to my drawing board sits a bank of TV screens streaming live footage from inside animal […]

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This blog follows the lives of a barn owl family living in my garden in North Yorkshire and is taken from the best of video clips from live nest cameras. Live Streaming You can now watch this nest box live on my YouTube Channel CLICK HERE TO WATCH (If you don’t have access to YouTube you can see it on Facebook, Robert E Fuller, every afternoon. Click here for more info December 22nd 2020 Barn […]

Badgers on Night Watch: Art Print by Robert E Fuller

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As the clocks turn back this weekend, I for one won’t be sorry. I love being out in the dark listening for wildlife in the gloom. This is when the landscape turns monochrome and strangely beautiful and when I experience my closest encounters with wildlife. This is a time when my hearing becomes my primary sense and my landscape becomes my soundscape. After a lifetime of watching wildlife on a daily basis I’m already fairly attuned […]

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Barn Owl Chicks: The Facts Hatching & Early Development Like many ‘baby’ birds, barn owlets are naked and ugly after they first hatch. But they quickly develop a very thin covering of down and by five weeks of age they get their characteristic heart-shaped face. At this age they are also very playful. Like kittens, they run, jump, pounce, hiss and move their heads in the most comical manner, even turning their heads upside down. […]

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Barn Owl Paintings Barn owls are my favourite birds of prey and I have painted them more than any other. My artwork is informed by watching barn owls in the wild and on cameras hidden inside their nests. Click here to go to my barn owl nest camera Scroll down to see my barn owl painting collection and of course, if you are interested in any buying any of my prints, follow the links in […]

barn owls facts

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I’ve learned a lot about barn owls over years of studying them for my paintings and so I’ve listed the essential barn owl facts for you here. Barn Owl (Tyto Alba) Barn Owl Facts: Appearance The sight of a barn owl gliding over hedgerows is an iconic countryside image. Known as white owls, barn owls have pure white underbellies, golden, buff-coloured wings, and heart-shaped faces. Barn Owl Facts: Size These beautiful white owls are medium-sized […]

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Most evenings I see a barn owl float silently across the darkening sky above my gallery in Thixendale. It is a heartening sight and has inspired many a painting.  It’s been a good year for barn owls This year these owls have done really well thanks to record numbers of their favourite food, voles. Their breeding success is remarkable when you consider all the factors that need to be in place for these beautiful white […]

barn owl chicks fly

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The three barn owl chicks are now flying free and the parent birds are sitting on a new clutch! Read on to watch their first flights.  From the beginning: Click here to read the full story of this barn owl family July 2019 Barn Owl Chicks Fly Free First flights and a new brood The barn owl chicks have fledged. My cameras caught all the action as they prepared for their first flights, flapping their […]

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