Tag Archives: Wildlife

Beginner’s Guide to Breeding Gundogs

a dog

Breeding gun dogs may appeal to you after you have been an owner of one for many years. Whether or not you are familiar with everything involved, it should first be said it is a huge undertaking, and you’ll need to commit a large amount of time and care to the well-being of these animals. Continue Reading →

Wildlife To Watch For In The Autumn

Wildlife to watch for in autumn

In the autumn, British wildlife goes into business preparing for the cold winter months. As the temperature drops, there is a lot of work to be done, such as fattening up for the winter, flying south and preparing homes for hibernations. Everywhere you look in the countryside there are signs of change as the wildlife Continue Reading →

The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are real… And you can enter!

Donkey pulling funny face, entry for Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards – Fur Feather & Fin

You often see photographs of wildlife in their natural habitat, looking majestic and beautiful… But have you ever thought of capturing the comedic side of a creature in the wild? Well now there is a competition dedicated to doing just that and it is open to everyone who wants to try their hand at a Continue Reading →

Hen harrier breeding season set to be most successful in five years

Hen Harrier in full flight – Fur Feather & Fin

The hen harrier still remains one of the most endangered breeding birds in Yorkshire, but things seem to be looking up slightly for 2015, according to a report from Natural England. The most recent breeding season has brought six successful harrier nests, fledging a combined 18 new chicks. These nests are located across the north Continue Reading →