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Bitterns at Minsmere -  I was surprised by the size of these amazing birds as they crept through the rushes.

Great Crested Grebes at Rutland - such a romantic couple. I spent an hour watching a family of Great Crested Grebes looking after their three young. The chicks rode on Mum's back while the dad dived down for food then fed it to the chicks as they hitched their ride. For me a magic moment

Puffins on Bass Rock - the cutest of birds. Bass rock provides a safe haven for therm. You can get really close to them via the web cams at the wildlife centre.

Boxing Hares on Tennyson Down, Isle of Wight - I didn't realise hares could get so big. Since coursing has been banned they can now grow to full size.

Otter at the Wildlife Park - sadly my only real life site was of them in captivity. Their enclosure was massive but it can never, ever be big enough as indeed can enclosures ever be big enough for any animal in captivity

Sitting Pretty - completely made up. There is something cheeky about rear ends

Strutting Pheasants in my Garden

Avocets at Rutland - they are dainty, elegant birds and I am always disappointed if they are not at Rutland water when I visit the bird fair in August

Rutting Stags at Ullapool - I was driving north along the winding road from Ullapool. Just around the third bend there they were, looking regal and alert. I slowed down to get a better image printed on my mind. On that same day I was coming back through the central road from Tong and saw on a craggy rock an enormous bird of prey. I went through the list in my head, ospery, peregrin, buzzard, kite, all too small. Then it dawned on me that it was a Golden eagle! WOW

Goldfinches at home - I look up through my studio window and there they are eating from the seed heads of knapweed and teasle - a joy to behold

Stag in the New Forest - you have to get out of the car and find off the beaten track to get a good sighting of a deer.

Badger at Naturezones - caught on my trail camera running across a foot bridge

Highland Cows on the Alverstone Cycle Track

My little garden bird collection

 

 

Abstract in Nature - Mounted size 30cm x 30cm. Pale Ivory mount. From original watercolours and words by Angela

Angela loves abstract art and it has taken her many years to develop her own concept. It wasn't until she created her nature reserve on the Isle of Wight, Naturezones.org.uk and developed her passion for nature conservation that her abstract ideas evolved.

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