Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

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Yorkshire spans some of the most varied landscapes in the country; including wolds, dales, moors and a spectacular coastline. These different habitats support a variety of wildlife species. To celebrate Yorkshire Day this year, I’ve listed my favourite with tips on where to go to see them. 1. Barn Owls There’s nothing more breathtaking than the sight of a barn owl gliding silently against a darkening sky and in Yorkshire you don’t have to travel […]

wildlife photo of the week

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Wildlife Art Photographic Studies A Beautiful Wildlife Photograph Every Week From foxes to red squirrels, jays gathering acorns to mistle thrushes in full throat, my photographs are the perfect snapshot of winter. I use these photos as studies for my paintings and I’ve selected the best images of the season for you. Scroll down to see more and to learn about wildlife in winter. Click here for more snapshots taken throughout the seasons.  Click here […]

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On a trip to Anglesey a few years ago I was lucky enough to see a thriving colony of red squirrels and even to meet the head of an organisation responsible for conservation across the region: Dr Craig Shuttleworth of the Red Squirrels Trust Wales. Dr Shuttleworth gave me a leaflet about red squirrels with a map of Welsh populations and their distribution that dated back to 2000. The paper showed that this endangered species […]

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My exhibition on Yorkshire wildlife opens tomorrow and I’ve got lots to share about the wonderful variety of wildlife to be enjoyed here in Yorkshire. I’m planning to make a real ‘Yorkshire fest’ of the occasion and have today been captioning all my new paintings in Yorkshire dialect. The picture below of my new painting of puffins – which you can see at Bempton Cliffs on the Yorkshire coast – for instance has been annotated: […]


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