Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

Tag: British birds

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! A brambling bonanza thanks to the farmer next door.     David Hockney said in an interview about his paintings of the Yorkshire Wolds that there was “no such thing […]


The breeding season is over for our garden birds and you would think that they would be able to take a well-earned rest. Instead, they are as busy as ever as they face the toughest round of the year: shorter days and longer, colder nights. Our migratory birds flee south, but our hardy resident birds stay put to face winter head on. It can be a harsh season for a garden bird. Their main predicament […]

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