Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

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UPDATE: Needles & Pins Now Released Just to let you know both rescuedhedge-hoglets have grown into healthy adult hedgehogs and I have now released these them into my garden. The good news is that my wildlife cameras mean I can keep track of them as they explore the great outdoors. And one of the hedgehogs has obligingly moved into a hedgehog box I made! I hope this one stays here for the winter, where I […]

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Rehabilitating Stoats A Tiny Stoat Kit Named Whisper I am looking after a tiny stoat kit named Whisper. Whisper was found alone and apparently abandoned by a dog walker. She was handed to me because in recent years I’ve taken on the job of rehabilitating stoats and weasels for Mustelid Rescue UK. My job is to hand rear them until they are ready to be released into the wild.  Scroll down to follow Whisper’s story […]

rehabilitating ernie the wild tanwy owl

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Rehabilitating Eric| Finding a Foster Family This is the story of a rescued tawny owl chick named Eric and how he is fostered by a family of wild owls. Rehabilitating Eric & Ernie | August Almost Time to Leave Home It’s almost time for Eric & Ernie to find territories of their own. In the meantime, they are toughening up alongside their foster siblings in the wild summer storms we’ve been experiencing here in Yorkshire […]

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I often get asked by visitors to my gallery how the barn owls are doing locally. This year I’ve enjoyed being able to reply that they are faring really well. Barn owls are one of my favourite birds to study and paint and I have an extensive collection of barn owl paintings. But my relationship with these beautiful birds of prey goes deeper. I also work hard to protect their future here on the Yorkshire […]


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