Monday, 24 October 2016

The Autumnwatch Effect



We live in a very special part of the country and it is always nice to be told just how special this place is. BBC's Autumnwatch TV programme is currently using a local RSPB reserve as their home and, being only a few miles down the road, it is a place I know pretty well. So, completely unashamedly, I have decided to jump on the Autumnwatch bandwagon and show off a few of my favourite local wildlife shots.  These are shots of some of the locals that the show are showing.

Red Squirrel

Fox Cubs

The Live Purbeck Dolphin

Young Sika

Sika Stag


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