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Doorstep. Deer. David.

December 15, 2018


There are around one hundred Sika deer on Lundy. They are organised in family groups of ten to fifteen consisting of one stag (mature male) and the rest consisting of hinds and their offspring (calves). They are timid animals but on a small island they are easy to find and watch, especially in winter when […]

Return to Tibbetts

February 4, 2015


This time in deepest mid-winter. Wind, cold, wind, showers, wind and wind produce these spectacular glimpses of wild and wonderful visas. Good times, with good friends at Tibbetts, January 2015. Click on the picture to make it bigture. Dedicated to Keith Oddy, who died the day before we flew out to Lundy, and whose life […]