Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

Tag: nestcams

peregrine chicks

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The peregrine chicks are growing fast and it won’t be long now before they fledge. These clips are taken directly from live cameras inside their nest at an industrial chemical plant in Hull. A wireless internet signal relays the footage 50 miles from their nest to my remote gallery in Thixendale. Read on for the highlights and scroll down to see the paintings inspired by this fascinating falcon family. All about the ‘Salt End Peregrines’: […]

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I have more than 30 cameras hidden in animal and bird nests throughout my garden and the countryside beyond and at any one time you can watch wild owls, weasels. stoats or garden birds as they go about their daily business on screens displayed in my gallery in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I will be updating this blog with video clips taken from these nest cams every time I get any really great action on my […]

Wild Easter Eggs on Show at Robert Fuller Gallery

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Visit my gallery to see some really wild Easter eggs via cameras hidden in owl nest boxes. A tawny owl has already laid two eggs. Watch the video below to see the moment we spotted the first egg under her. I’m expecting a barn owl to lay soon. Click this link to watch my latest footage of the barn owl pair preening one another – an important part of their bonding. If all goes to […]

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I’m not really into watching the television, but this month I have been glued to the box. I’ve set up CCTV cameras in a kestrel nest box and it has had me entranced. I have been putting out food for a pair of wild kestrels since 2006 in my garden and it has given me a fascinating insight into their lives. This pair is rather like a long-standing married couple and remains together throughout the […]


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