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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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Blue 3x2
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Just 15 minutes walk from Sapperton School, the slopes of Daneway Banks are carpeted in orchids, herbs, grasses and flowers of all colours. A special location for so much wildlife, this Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust reserve is home the the rare (and once extinct in UK) large blue butterfly. I have explored the local area with the school […]

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WWB4
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Over the past year 1000’s of children from Bristol primary schools have been exploring and photographing their local Wild Wonders – from autumn colours in their school grounds to encounters with city-centre kingfishers. A couple of weeks ago I was on a Bristol riverbank with a class of children watching a kingfisher – just five minutes walk […]

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This week Wild Wonder celebrated a year-long project working with children and staff from 10 Hertfordshire schools. Joining together at the first ever Wild@Herts Wild Wonder School Summit at Hatfield House on Monday, pupil ambassadors from each school shared their discoveries and photography of wildest Hertfordshire. In school grounds & ponds, nearby wild spaces or local nature reserves, and time spent photographing badgers, bluebells, aquatic caddis fly and breeding kingfishers, over the past […]

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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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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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VoleWonder24
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Water voles as you’ve never seen them before –  one exciting part of a year-long project exploring & studying UK Wild Wonders with school children that live nearby. Just a short walk from Kingswood Primary School is a very special water vole habitat – a popular walk for local people, but many are unaware of […]

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Bluebell1
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BREAKING NEWS – Monday 1st September Announced today, Michael Drayton school have won the prestigious British Wildlife Photography Award with their bluebell images taken during our Wildlife Wonder Day earlier this year. I’m so delighted for the children and staff – so well deserved! Check out their winning images here. A haze of bluebells and […]

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WVD4
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Silver is a water vole of distinction – the silvery flecks on its coat make it stand out from the crowd! Baloo & Ash are a little more difficult to tell apart.  After 8 years of watching and photographing my local wild water voles in Gloucestershire, I’ve been able identify individual voles, their territories and […]

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One of the most inspiring weeks of my working life – for the wonderful wildlife sightings, but more for the people I’ve met and the wild engagement we’ve enjoyed.  Over the past week I’ve had the pleasure of working with the Avon, Gloucestershire & Somerset Wildlife Trusts and also the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust leading […]

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