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Wildlife Photos from Devon and South-West England

This page displays a few wildlife photographs taken in South West England (including Devon and Dorset). All photographs were taken with a Canon EOS 300D (Digital Rebel) digital camera using either a Canon 17-35mm or a 70-300mm lense. Click on a thumbnail to see a larger version of that image.

Grey Squirrel in a Tree
A Grey Squirrel on a cold Winter's morning.
Grey Squirrel in Parkland, Exeter, Devon
Another Grey Squirrel. The Grey Squirrel was introduced to Great Britain in the 19th Century and is now much more common than the native Red Squirrel.
Inca Tern fishes a food morsel out of the water
Some kind of insect wanders around the grassland of Orcombe Point, Exmouth.
Oyster Catchers escape the rising tide at Dawlish Warren Nature Reserve
A flock of Oystercatchers escape the rising tide at Dawlish Warren
Cormorant Drying its Wings by the River Exe, Exeter
A Cormorant dries its wings after diving for fish in the River Exe, Exeter.
Another View of a Cormorant Drying its Wings by the River Exe, Exeter
Another image of the Cormorant trying to dry its wings after fishing in the River Exe.
A Heron fishing at the side of the River Exe, Exeter, Devon
A Heron fishing at the side of the River Exe, Exeter, Devon.
A Little Egret (Egretta garzetta) hunts for food
A Little Egret (Egretta garzetta) hunts for food in a small pool at Dawlish Warren Nature Reserve. The Little Egret has naturally colonised the UK and is becoming increasingly common on the South and East coasts.
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