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Our National Birds
Photo of the Month Gallery
The United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland has a slew of national emblems yet has only recently caught up with the rest of the world by electing an official national bird. As the word "United" denotes, our nation is a union of one territory and three constituent countries, each with its dialect, customs and quirks that shape and define what it means to be British. Here, we not only identify all four lands with four birds representing aspects of our regional and national character but briefly examine our history with each to show how much we now care for and value our wildlife.
Nature images courtesy of contributors to the Photo of the Month Calendar. Subject to terms, the PotM is open to any photographer wishing to advertise their name, work or website here for free! Places are offered on a first come first served basis and the number of places available for the year as well as submission times can all be found in the scrolling column on the PotM Calendar page. To learn more about showing one of your nature images see our PotM Terms of Use page.
The Wild, Wild East
Bites and Stings
Painstakingly shot over a period of five years on a nature reserve in Tower Hamlets, captured by means of camouflage, bait and remote camera shutter control. It includes a number of favourite subjects that became less camera shy and more camera friendly as the years went by.
Ever tried to photograph invertebrates in a field on a warm sunny day? Sit in the grass long enough and you’ll soon discover the prickle of thistles, the pain of nettles and the bites and stings of ants, bees, wasps, beetles, mosquito’s and a host of other flies. There are all sorts of spiders to contend with too!
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