Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

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I’ve curated a collection of my favourite paintings of wildlife in springtime to lift your spirits as the sun begins to shine. I’ve chosen the creatures you are most likely to see at this time of year and put them together for you here. I hope you enjoy the collection and if you would like to see more please visit my online shop. Spring Blossom |Paintings of Wildlife in Spring Set against a backdrop of […]

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I was in the greenhouse preparing seed beds with my daughter Lily when she announced, in a judgmental tone that only young children can command, that the greenhouse was ‘full of cobwebs’. I explained that I left them there deliberately for the long-tailed tits to use to build their nests from. She was fascinated as I showed her how these beautiful little birds weave a soft, delicate nest out of lichen, moss or sheep’s wool […]

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When the sun came out this week, it began to feel, here in Yorkshire at least, like spring had finally arrived. It got me thinking about the badgers I’ve been watching from my new hide. They have actually had their cubs since February. The sow nurses her cubs during the coldest months of the year. Read More http://www.robertefuller.com/RobertEFullersite/wildlife-diary-apr-09-badgers.htm

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It’s ‘Mad March hare’ time again and the boxers have been out in force. Watching them from my studio window this week put me in mind of field trips I have taken up to the Isle of Islay, off the west coast of Scotland. I often go up there to photograph hares for paintings, including this one of Boxing Hares.Read More:http://www.robertefuller/RoberEFullersite/wildlife-diary-mar09-hares.html


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