Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

Tag: British birds


A Struggle For Survival In winter, our garden birds face the toughest round of the year: shorter days and longer, colder nights. Migratory birds flee south, but these hardy residents stay put to face winter head on and it can be a harsh season for a garden bird. Their main predicament is food, or rather the lack of it. Each species has a unique strategy to tackle inclement weather. Some birds confront the issue head […]

painting by Robert E Fuller


UPDATE: This post was written after heavy snows in 2011. Since then the farmer next door to my gallery has also planted a very successful conservation strip. Read the following post on how it drew in huge flocks of rare birds right outside my window! I’ve got huge flocks of rare birds outside my window thanks to the farmer next door.     David Hockney said in an interview about his paintings of the Yorkshire […]

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