28th July 2011
I try to keep the gallery and portfolios on the site as varied as possible, so I don't tend to post more than a couple of shots of the same species (for me there is nothing more boring than visiting a website and seeing photo after photo of the same animal, which has barely moved between shots). This means that I am left with a fair amount of pictures that I never use. I have decided to use this blog/news section of the site to put a few up that would otherwise never be seen on here. The first set of photographs are on stoats. These shots were taken at RSPB Conwy, in North Wales, where a rather healthy population of stoats have taken up residence. Recently, the young have been out playing and due to the high volume of visitors to the reserve, they have become very approachable. Here are some of the photographs I managed to get. Let me know what you think, enjoy!


Photo comment By val atkins: great photos
Photo comment By Mammals in a Sustainable Environment: Hi Joel, I have posted this link on our MISE facebook page, it has had some great comments already!
Photo comment By Ron Marshall: I am planing a trip to RSPB Conwy to photography Stoats,whats the best time to come.Is the best place to park in the first small car park. Regards Ron

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