Poliarinės lapės (Arctic foxes)

Liepa, 2014 m. Poliarinės lapės (Vulpes Lagopus) aptinkamoms Arkties bei tundros regionuose, kurie driekiasi per šiaurinę Europą, šiaurinę Aziją bei Šiaurės Ameriką. Europoje Islandija išsiskiria poliarinių lapių gausa. Į šią vulkaninę salą poliarinės lapės atkeliavo ledu paskutinio ledynmečio pabaigoje ir šiuo metu ši ų gyvūnų skaičius siekia api...
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Šetlando salos (Shetland Islands)

Atoki gamta, kvapą gniaužiantys statūs ir uolėti krantai, gausios ir itin triukšmingos jūrinių paukščių kolonijos. Taip būtų galima apibūdinti Šetlando salas - salyną Britų salose, kurio krantus iš rytų skalauja Šiaurės jūra, o iš vakarų – Atlanto vandenynas. Artimiausi kaimynai – norvegai. Jie už 360 km į rytus. Farerų salos nutolusios 365 km į ši...
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Arctic Foxes

July, 2014 We’ve just got back from a memorable trip to Iceland. The journey started great, later it got worse but to our big relieve it had a very happy ending. Hornstrandir Nature Reserve was our base for the biggest part of our trip in Iceland. It is a largely unspoiled and untouched place in the northernmost part of Iceland's West fjords peni...
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Red Kites

April, 2014 Chilterns is one of the best places to see the Red Kite (Milvus milvus) in England and is definitely well worth visiting. We have spent several days photographing this beautiful bird. It was a peaceful break just couple of hours away from London. For more than 400 years the Red Kite was killed as vermin and became extinct in England a...
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Sparrowhawk

March, 2014 Dumfries and Galloway on the Scottish borders we've reached after 7 hours of travelling by tube, bus and three trains. Finally in Castle Douglas we were met by a really nice man Alan McFadyen who brought us brilliant news – good Sparrowhawk activity in his site. Over the course of three days we were hoping to photograph male, female an...
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Deer Photography During the Annual Rut

October, 2013 Red deer photography during the annual rutting season is a truly thrilling experience. This year we were a bit worried that we have missed it as we had to make a trip abroad. Luckily, ten days later the mating season was not over. The weather didn't cooperate with us very well but we can not complain too much with the results....
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Shetland Islands

July, 2013 After amazing time photographing puffins in Fair Isle, the rest of our time in Shetland we decided to spend in Noss, Bressay, Lerwick, Mousa and Sumburgh. Noss is a small, previously inhabited island off the east coast of Bressay. Last year we could not make a trip to this tiny island because of the poor weather and rough sea. This y...
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Shetland Puffins

July, 2013 There are plenty of islands around to visit but one of our favourite places is a very quiet, peaceful and remote location – Shetland Islands. This year we decided to spend some time in Fair Isle which is the most remote island in the United Kingdom with only 70 inhabitants. It is a really small island - only 5 kilometers length and 3...
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Bee - Eaters and Other Birds in Bulgaria

June, 2013 We've just got back from a trip to Bulgaria, a perfect destination for bird and animal lovers. It’s a place which could be easily described as true wilderness. Photographing European Bee-eaters (Merops apiaster) during a busy young feeding time was the main target. In general Bee-eaters breed in southern Europe and in parts of Africa...
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Cute Little Wild Rabbits

May, 2013 Over the past couple of weeks we had a great time photographing cute wild European rabbits. It’s a common animal of the British countryside, nevertheless it is such a good feeling to spend some time close to them. Our photographed family of rabbits had five adorable kittens with one of them being very brave and curious. Adventurous...
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Eagles in Norway

March, 2013 We've just got back from an amazing and breath taking trip from a spectacular place in Norway. Physically we are back in London but all our thoughts are still with majestic Golden and White-tailed Eagles. This eagle adventure was much more than we expected. All thanks to “Eagle Man” Ole Martin Dahle. He is a man with big passion a...
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Great Grey Owls, Finland

February, 2013 We were fascinated by the pictures of Great Grey Owls we've seen in London Bird fair 2012. Since then we simply fell in love with this bird. Great Grey Owl also known as a Lapland Owl is distributed across the Northern Hemisphere and is the largest of the northern forest. Finland is a great place for Great Grey Owls (Strix nebulo...
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Red Squirrels in Winter

December, 2012 A picture of red squirrel in the snow was in our minds for some time. Last year we headed to Scotland where the biggest population of UK red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris) is found. Unfortunately we did not get a chance to photograph this ginger coated beauty in the snow. Unusually for Scotland, February was without snow. This year...
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Voverės

Gruodis, 2012 Jau kurį laiką norėjome nufotografuoti paprastąsias voveres (Sciurus vulgaris) sningant, todėl vasario mėnesį nusprendėme keliauti į Škotiją, kur palyginti su kitais Jungtinės Karalystės regionais, yra didžiausia šių gyvūnėlių populiacija. Deja, sniego taip ir nesulaukėme. Tad nutarėme mėginti kitur. Po paieškų internete paaiškėjo, k...
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Deer Photography and More

October, 2012 We’ll always remember that dark and cold October morning when for the first time we've witnessed an impressive annual Red Deer rut. T he time when the largest wild land mammals of UK roar, bark and clash antlers does not last long and without a doubt is unforgettable. Our favorite time for Red Deer photography is dawn. Of course m...
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