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Day1 Moonlit
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2018 Year of Wildlife Wonder  –  Enjoy my daily photo diary of Wildlife Wonder activities through the year. Photos taken on SLR, compact cameras or  phone. 31st October – Happy Hallowleaf 30th October – Litter 29th October – Leaf art with my daughter – just part of the final image! 28th October – Dipper delights 27th October – […]

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Child2
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30DaysWild  –  Daily Blog June 2016 Wildlife Wonder is delighted to be an ambassador for 30DaysWild    Spending time outdoors is so important for our health, happiness, creativity and connection to the natural world.  Through June we will be getting wild every day with children, schools, community groups and adults, from Cornwall to London. Discovering butterflies and water voles, enjoying creative observation and photography, engaging thousands of people through […]

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Kingvfisher 2016
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Far from hibernating, I’ve been out enjoying a diverse winter of wonder – photographing wildlife and working with schools, community groups and the future faces of conservation. In January I lead a photography training day for Wildlife Skills trainees from Devon, Dorset, Somerset & Wiltshire Wildlife Trusts. An amazing programme and always such an inspiring group  – exploring Langford Lakes in Wiltshire with the conservation trainees […]

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H4H Blog
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Upstaged by kingfishers, a fishing water vole and our first Wild Wonder Eco-Summit, it has been a wild & wonderful 2015 working with schools, community & wildlife groups, families and individuals across the UK. I am very fortunate to spend my time out in nature with so many inspiring people – every day is a treat. Through the year I’ve worked with […]

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Grasshoper2
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Imagine finding a rhino in the woods!  This wonderful discovery was made by a 9yr old pupil last week during a school Wild Wonder safari. Walking just 10 minutes from their school, the children discovered orchids, rare butterfly habitat and this miniature horned creature – a rhino beetle. I’d certainly never seen one before! Bringing the Wild Wonder […]

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KIngRing3
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What a wild and wonderful start to the New Year. Exploring winter trees with children from two Bristol schools, a magical starling murmuration for the Peoples Trust for Endangered Species and working with Wildlife Skills trainees to develop photography skills for future employment. And being upstaged by a kingfisher! A seahorse of starlings on the Somerset […]

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Starling Murm
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This December I’ve enjoyed two of the most intense mumurations I have ever watched. Each night the starling spectacular plays out a different performance – sometimes with a sunset backdrop, other times the waterfall whoosh as the birds fall into the reeds. But last night and last week, with groups from PTES we placed ourselves […]

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Tree canopy
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Wild Wonder projects aim to provide opportunities for children & adults from all walks of life to engage with nature – using photography, observation and exploration in local wild spaces. 2014 has been a fantastic year working with schools (thousands of children), families, community projects and training programmes for young people. Continually inspired and motivated […]

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BWPAcertificate
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An awards ceremony in London is a wonderful way to start the new school year. Hosted by Chris Packham, I was attending the British Wildlife Photography Awards ceremony at the Mall Galleries to celebrate Michael Drayton pupils winning the Schools Award with photographs taken during our Wild Wonder day in April (blog here).  Exploring bluebell […]

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WWKing9
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Unforgettable moments for all as a kingfisher dives into the water and then lands on the branch just in front of us. In a hide at the magical RSPB Rye Meads with children, parents & teachers from Hertingfordbury Primary School, we watch the kingfisher fly to the nestbank to feed its young. Over the past […]

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