For any Wildlife photographer the welfare and survival of wild animals must be a prime concern. Without these wonderful creatures we would be lost. Luckily for us there are some fantastic organisations and charities out there with dedicated staff looking after injured and orphaned animals . Its with great pleasure that I can now reveal [...]
Great it's snowing , so what most of my friends from colder climates might say but let me tell you , it's a rare treat for us folk who live in southern England. Even better it's a good covering , and a camera day , yippee. But hold on , the Police have closed the [...]
The garden , or to be precise my back garden. My plan is simple , make the garden more attractive, encourage a wide range of British birds to visit , and document via my cameras the different species that visit the garden next year. So down to the basics, my rear garden is fully enclosed [...]
It doesn't happen often but today was one of those rare occasions, a Friday out of the office , and with no family duties to perform an even rarer free pass day. I decided to scout around a few locations that have slipped under the radar recently. Not looking for anything in particular I armed [...]
2018 Wildlife Calendar Now available by Jo Angell , Buckingham based wildlife photographer . 12 different and unique images from Little Owls to Seals £ 10.oo per Calendar plus £ 3.oo p & p. To place an order or ask any questions please message Jo via her Facebook page Jo Angell Photography or email Jo [...]
A bit of a shock really, not April fools day yet......or is it. Feedspot have listed Wildonline in their 100 top wildlife photography blogs. Straight in at number 30 !
Just how green is the town you live in ? Have you ever wondered how much of your local area has been built on , how much green space you have locally or how much of the land in you local area is devoted to farm land ? The BBC have a fantastic feature on [...]