The mammals, amphibians and reptiles that frequent Wales.
Slow Worm (Anguis fragilis)
A composite image of bats hunting at night (poss. Pips & Horseshoes)
A fox uses an old log to scan for his dinner.
A Rabbit in the undergrowth
Grey squirrel savouring a stored acorn whilst sitting on springtime's lush woodland floor.
A Field Vole (Microtus agrestis) scurries along in his dry grassland home. The inset (top left) shows a facial view of this small,…
Brown Hare in the foreground, Rabbit beyond.
A European Badger (Meles meles) looks out, over a milky quartz rock, to the world beyond.
A Badger looms out of the darkness.
A Squirrel poses with snow on its nose.
A pair of the naturalised goats of the Rhinogs
A Red Deer stag (Cervus elaphus) with natural antler decorations.
A Grey Seal (Halichoerus grypus) takeing a well earned nap.
A moulting Atlantic Grey Seal pup rests on the beach waiting for its mother to return.
A young Toad (Bufo bufo) grimly studies his photographer
A Wood Mouse visits my horse's stable for a little dietary supplement.
A young Rabbit enjoys the summer warmth
A Common Shrew amongst its mossy path.
A mole appears above his tunnel, briefly.
An adolescant Badger cub climbs in to a tree whilst frolicking around his mother, late one spring night.