Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

Tag: wildlife artist research


Tawny owls have been bringing their young to feed at my garden bird table for years and I regularly pull up a chair in the evenings to enjoy the show as they all swoop down in front of my living room window. I’ve had up to 10 at once balancing on a branch outside the window and it really is a spectacular sight.   Feeding Predators and Prey My bird table is unusual in that […]


I’ve been following the story of a barn owl pair on my nestcams throughout this breeding season and in this post I plan to tell their story from the moment the male first found the nest site last autumn to the day the young chicks fledge – and beyond. I plan to keep adding video clips as I get them. Below is the story so far: JUNE 29TH It’s been a very wet week here […]

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