Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

Tag: red kites


My gallery is based in the deep-cut vale of Thixendale in North Yorkshire which, aside from being very beautiful, teams with wildlife. I’ve devoted my life to watching these creatures and I like to think that I know nearly every badger sett, fox den and owl nest in the area – and each of them have inspired a painting. Below I’ve put together a list of some of the best wildlife you can see here and […]


  This morning I spotted two red kites soaring above Thixendale for the first time. I’ve seen one flying solo above the valley before, but never a pair. It’s not that long ago that these beautiful, acrobatic birds were on the brink of extinction and whenever I see one I can’t help feeling a sense of victory on their behalf. Red kites have made a spectacular comeback after a nationwide reintroduction programme and have one of […]

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