Tag: wildlife

Young Lion Painting finished

In May I blogged the work-in-progress photos of the lion painting I was working on (here), and today I have finally finished it. I’ve had to work it around the commissions, but I was determined to get it done before the end of the month. Not sure of a title yet, it’ll come to me. […]

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Tiger Artwork for WWF Global Tiger Day

I’m a member of the Society for All Artists (SAA) and recently they held a WWF Global Tiger Day challenge. The aim was to paint tigers to highlight their plight. I had an idea in my head, a cub with it’s mother, the cub being the future of tigers. Thankfully, I found a great reference […]

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Red Squirrel Capers Continue

In my previous blog here I posted a few photos of my new Red Squirrel garden visitors. Since then, another new male has also been turning up, and a female has visited again. I’m not sure if it is the same female as before, her ear tufts are smaller and there is no obvious scar […]

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Red Squirrel Visitors

I’ve been lucky to receive these lovely visitors to my garden over the last four weeks. I have my trail camera set up on the feeding area to catch them when I’m not watching. I ended up buying a squirrel feeder a day after I saw the first squirrel and it’s being well used. I […]

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Marine Clean in Memory of a Humpback Whale

On Sunday 16th June, I took part in Marine Clean 2019 organised by a good friend of mine, Ailsa, who volunteers with the British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR).  The clean was done in memory of a Humpback Whale who was spotted earlier this year in the Firth of Forth dragging a buoy along behind […]

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