Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

Tag: stoat behaviour

stoat camera stories


This is the story of a family of stoats living in my garden in North Yorkshire. An intensive five-year study into the secret world of stoats I have been watching six generations of a remarkable stoat dynasty for five years now. I follow these little known mammals from the moment the kits are born inside their animal nests to their first experiences of winter snows, getting to know each one individually, giving names to most. […]

stoat art


Stunning Paintings Of Stoats and Weasels This remarkable collection is the result of a five-year intensive study This summer I will exhibit my latest collection of paintings of stoats and weasels. The event, which runs from June 15th – July 7th at my gallery in Thixendale follows a five-year intensive study into the secret worlds of the miniature mustelids living in my garden. Click here to read more about my upcoming exhibition. My in-depth research […]

Photograph: Wildlife Artist and Photographer Robert E Fuller with a Stoat


The Wonderful World of Weasels and Stoats   as featured in BBC Countryfile Magazine June 2018 More is known about the habits of snow leopards than of weasels and stoats, so wildlife artist and photographer Robert E Fuller created a haven in his garden in order to capture their magical, brutal lives. Here’s what he found…. Photograph: Weasel among pink saxifrage Untrustworthy, sly and vicious: the negative characteristics of weasels and stoats can be traced […]

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