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Welcome to ‘Wildlife Painting of the Week’ where I post my brand new originals as well as limited edition prints and paintings from my archives. Please note I accept private commissions. If there is a subject that interests you and you would like to discuss possible compositions call me on +44 1759 368355 or email: mail@robertefuller.com. February 13th 2019 Hare Kiss Wildlife Painting of the Week     It is Valentine’s Day tomorrow and so […]

christmas wildlife advent calendar

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    Welcome to my wildlife advent calendar where I’ll be sharing special moments from my wildlife watching year with you every day from now until Christmas. I hope you enjoy these daily glimpses into my secret world of wildlife and don’t forget to keep checking in for a daily dose of wonder! On the First Day of Christmas Wildlife Advent Calendar Play the video below to see the first wild creature to be featured […]

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Welcome to ‘Wildlife Photo of the Week’ where I share the best of the photographic studies that inspire my paintings. Each week I select one & relate the story behind the picture. If you feel inspired by a subject feel free to get in touch – I paint private commissions and am happy to discuss possible compositions. My number is 01759 368355 or email me on mail@robertefuller.com. To look back at my spring, summer and winter selections follow these […]

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It’s Red Squirrel Awareness Week this week and in support I thought I’d share my collection of paintings of red squirrels with you. Red squirrels are in serious trouble. The latest estimated population is just 120,000 , of which 75% or more are in Scotland. According to Red Squirrels Northern England there are only 15,000 left in England. Within 10 years there could be none at all. The main problems are disease, specifically squirrel pox, the […]

overcoming dyslexia

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Accustomed to photographing wildlife in rugged, remote locations, wildlife artist Robert E Fuller dons hard hat and fireproof overalls to film peregrine falcons nesting amidst the noise and smells of a chemical plant on the Humber estuary. The story is due to feature on BBC1’s Inside Out Yorkshire and Lincolnshire at 7.30pm on Monday 17th September.     Over the years I have been to some amazing places to see some spectacular wildlife. But my […]

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The baby barn owls and kestrel chicks in my garden are growing up fast. I’ve been keeping record of their development on my live Nest Cam pages. Scroll down to find out how to check in to see them reach those all important milestones: from first feathers through first squabbles to first flights! Stories from the kestrel nest The kestrels chicks have now fledged but they are still hanging about the nest site where I have […]

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Welcome to your exclusive preview of my very latest original wildlife paintings, going on show at my gallery in Thixendale, North Yorkshire, tomorrow. I’ve listed all 15 of my original wildlife paintings for you to see. Scroll down to see them all in turn. Or why not join me for a refreshing drink at the exhibition in Thixendale and browse the paintings in situ. There is so much to see here, from the paintings and […]

Leverets at Givendale, Art Print by Robert E Fuller

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As Easter approaches and the world turns its attention to mythical bunnies, I’ve been thinking about the origin of the Easter bunny. Hares only visit their young for a few brief moments a day and it is said that in medieval times people were so unaccustomed to seeing a hare with its young they thought the lone leverets that they found out in the fields had appeared there by magic. It certainly must have seemed odd to come […]

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Over the years, I have put up nearly 200 nest boxes for owls and kestrels and I have found some designs to be more successful than others. Attracting a tawny owl into a nest box depends on a few factors: the availability of natural nest sites in your area and the available habitat and prey.Tawny owls live in wooded or partially wooded areas; you even get them in large gardens and parks in towns and […]

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Woodpeckers usually nest either in dark woodland or high up in the trees where they are difficult to photograph. But a few years ago a friend called me to tell me about a woodpecker nest that was only 15ft up a  in an isolated tree where I could easily photograph it. All I needed was a hide up to be able to watch the nest without disturbing the woodpeckers. My friend helped me make a tower […]

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