Little squirrel watching the happenings at Kew Gardens, London.
The most northerly sheep in Britain guarding the most northerly piece of land in the British isles.
Cows having a little cuddle and soaking up the sun.
There are so many Shetland ponies on Shetland, but it never gets old to see their beautiful little faces, especially when you’re lucky enough to see a baby roaming on the farthest north hills of the farthest north island.
Little chaffinches eating lunch at the feeders near the lodge at Leighton Moss RSPB reserve, Lancashire.
This little robin, at Leighton Moss RSPB reseve in Lancashire, was singing his guts out and I could hear him clear across the reserve!
The NW of England has some of the largest colonies of the noisy, sassy, graceful black headed gulls. Taken at Leighton Moss RSPB reserve.
Lovely bird life diversity, Whiffin Spit, BC, Canada.
Kite surfing Portuguese tern in the Ria Formosa estuary.
These two are ENFORCERS. Penzance, Cornwall.
On Fair Isle – the most remote inhabited island in Britain – there are so many puffins that if you’re slow and gentle you can walk right into the cheekier communities. They love the attention.
Late summer, long distance train tearing through the Cotswolds disturbs the birds eating all the farmers’ seed.