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Category Archives: American Wildlife

The Curious Case of the Mousing Fox

What a fantastic way to end the year, 2011! The first week of December saw my mousing fox images appearing heavily in the National and International Press and even a brief appearance on UK television. At the height of which I was getting texts, tweets and Facebook messages coming in all over the place from...

An encounter with Pine Martens

Lets face it, if you had the chance to see some wild Pine Martens, you’d be more than happy to get up at 530am and drive for two hours along Yellowstone’s frozen valleys in sub zero temperatures to a location that has, in the past, been used by the BBC Planet Earth team, to photograph...

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Richard Peters is a Surrey based professional wildlife photographer, Nikon Ambassador, and one of the few British photographers to receive the accolade of European Wildlife Photographer of the Year. He is known for a style that often favours dramatic use of light, runs wildlife photography workshops and, from camera clubs to big industry events, holds talks about his work.

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