Tag Archives: wildlife photography

Red Fox

A few shots of a red fox taken at the BWC.

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Serval

Here are a few shots of a Serval cat taken at the Cat Survival Trust near Welwyn in Hertfordshire.  Please note that the Trust is not open to the public but if you call they will try their best to arrange a visit for you.

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European Lynx

A few shots of A few shots of European Lynx taken at the Cat Survival Trust near Welwyn in Hertfordshire.  The trust has an incredible number of big and small cats which are well worth seeing however, please note that it is not open to public but if you call they will try their best to arrange a visit for you.

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Puma

A few shots of a number of Puma’s (or Mountain Lion, or Cougar or indeed Panther) taken at the Cat Survival Trust near Welwyn in Hertfordshire.  The trust has an incredible number of big and small cats which are well worth seeing however, please note that it is not open to public but if you call they will try their best to arrange a visit for you.

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Asiatic Wildcat

Here are a few shots of an Asiatic Wildcat taken at the Cat Survival Trust near Welwyn in Hertfordshire.  The trust has an incredible number of big and small cats which are well worth seeing however, please note that it is not open to public but if you call they will try their best to arrange a visit for you.

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Red Fox

Here are a few shots of a stunning red fox.

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Red Squirrels

Here are further shots of one of my favourite photography subjects the magnificent red squirrel.

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