I’ve created a separate page for all my favourite natural history and photography websites which I read regularly or use for reference, so I can minimise the clutter at the top of the Home page. There’s limited space in the ‘Links‘ list on the Home page so only my real favourites or most used websites appear there.
If you’d like to see a link to your website here, or another website which you rate or think I’d find useful please drop me a line and subject to editorial approval I’ll add it to the list.
General Wildlife links:
Ceri Richardsons Devonian nature blog – good photographs and informative writing about the natural history of Devon
The Roused Bear – illustrated musings on the local wildlife and plenty more besides from the USA.
Weedon’s World of nature – photo blog – and some spectacular bird portraits.
theresagreen – photo-illustrated tales of wildlife in Wales and Spain
thefarneislands – photoblog from one of the boat tour operators to the Farne Islands. Gorgeous pictures from my favourite place on the planet.
Ornithology and reference links:
Bill Bastons bird photography – based in East Anglia, Bill’s site has many beautiful bird portraits from the UK and abroad
BTO Birdfacts – excellent reference site for detailed information about all British bird species
Wild About Britain – lots of image galleries, information, forums about all aspects of UK wildlife. This is the website I’d liked to have created if WAB hadn’t got there first!
Cambridgeshire Bird Club – Lots of information about what species are about around Cambridge and where to see them, and great photographs too.
Garth Peacocks bird photographs – Some of the best bird pictures you’ll see
lincsbirder wildlife photography – More amazing photographs of all kinds of wildlife
Richard Bedford bird photographs – Even more great bird photo’s!
Vine House Farm – my favourite wild bird food and feeder suppliers
Wildlife and nature photography:
Danny Green photography – I saw Danny speak and I was very impressed by his images and the lengths he had to go to to acquire some of them.
Phil Malpas photography – from my home town of Northampton (UK), Phil is primarily a landscape photographer and his pictures are awesome.
Into the Light – David Ward’s zoomed landscapes. Bridging the gap between macro and micro to create beatiful and thought provoking quasi-abstract images.
Charlie Hamilton James – BBC fim maker and national Geographic photographer
Photographic and supplier links:
Ken Rockwells photography site – lots of really good information about how to be a photographer and what kit to use, including hardware reviews.
MPB Photographic – camera supplier based in Brighton UK with an extensive range of second hand kit
My wildlife diaries:
Observations from my own wandering –