Rpbert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

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Welcome to my barn owl nest cam The barn owl babies have all fledged the nest. It’s been an adventure following the intimate┬áthe story of this barn owl family, from the moment the parent birds began courting to the day the last baby owlet flew the nest. And it has involved its share of drama – including a heartening tale of fostering in the wild. Scroll down to watch the highlights. Or watch this video […]

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Welcome to my ‘tawny owl cam’ where I collate the best clips of tawny owls from cameras hidden inside and outside my nest boxes. I’ve had a pair of tawny owls nesting in a row of sycamore trees in the valley just below my garden for many years now and each year they bring their newly fledged brood to feed from my bird table. But it is only since I installed the nest cams that […]

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I have discovered that the instinct to nurture and protect young is so fiercely ingrained in birds of prey that it is possible to get them to act as surrogate mothers and raise chicks that are not their own. This year, I have successfully re-homed kestrel, barn owl and tawny owl chicks that have been found and handed in to me, putting them back into wild nests. Now wildlife rehabilitation centres have even begun to […]

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Since the weasel’s kits were born she has moved them at least three times. She literally picks up each of the seven kits and carries them one by one to a new nest. This week I managed to capture her on film as she did this. It’s fascinating to see her pick each one up, firmly, and take it to the entrance and then move them again from there. At one point she drops one! […]


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