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West Yorkshire wildlife photographer | Yorkshire landscape & nature photographer

West Yorkshire wildlife photographer: Chaffinch in flight As a West Yorkshire wildlife photographer, I am always looking for something new to shoot. Today I spent a bit of time attempting to photograph small birds arriving at the feeders and despite a great deal of frustration, I managed the odd shot I’m pleased with. This is…

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West Yorkshire wildlife photographer : The Sparrowhawk West Yorkshire wildlife photographer : I’ve been photographing sparrowhawk recently and finally caught up with a male bird at my good friend Alan’s hide up in Dumfrieshire! Alan rents his hides out to anyone wanting to photograph these magnificent birds and he’s let me use the hide in…

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West Yorkshire wildlife photographer: Kingfisher & Water Rail

West Yorkshire wildlife photographer: Back in the hide today with kingfisher being the target species but as usual, the water rails performed superbly and so we changed our set-up and focussed on getting some water rail images in the warm October sunshine. There were at least three birds present and at one point we had two…

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great crested grebes in York

I couldn’t resist going back to York again today to have another session with a very obliging pair of great crested grebes that seemed to revel in being photographed and showing off their two chicks! The weather turned out to be superb for the shoot with soft bright sunshine giving a lovely green reflection of…

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Seckar Heath

Had a walk onto the coal measure heathland between Wakefield & Barnsley to see if I could catch up with a few spring migrants. Although there were singing chiffchaff and my first willow warbler of the year, I didn’t manage to get anything decent. Lots of chaffinch and linnets around too, as well as yellowhammer…

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