Here is a stunning collection of just a few of the impressive range of wildlife photography from across Wales. 

Open the full post to view our selection of wonderful photography from highly talented photographers  'People with REAL Passion' for Wales. 

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Amazing photography of wildlife in Wales





Here is a stunning collection of just a few of the impressive range of wildlife photography from across Wales. 

Open the full post to view our selection of wonderful photography from highly talented photographers  'People with REAL Passion' for Wales. 


The beautiful iconic kingfisher

Photography courtesy Ade Ward

 

Photography courtesy Tony Batey-Isingrini

 

Photography courtesy Ian Humphreys 

 

The beautiful blue Tit are small birds with plain or colourful plumages, stout legs and strong feet

Photography courtesy Sorcha Lewis

 

The majestic beautiful Puffins at Skomer Island

Photography courtesy Sorcha Lewis

 

Photography courtesy Drew Buckley

 

Photography courtesy Drew Buckley

 

Photography courtesy Drew Buckley

 

Dolphins at Newquay West Wales Harbour 

Photography courtesy Kathryn Trott

 

Seals chilling at Pembrokeshire

Photography courtesy Sorcha Lewis

 

Red kites have made a remarkable comeback in Wales and the UK.

Photography courtesy Anthony Ward

 

Photography courtesy Tony Batey-Isingrini

 

A Heron catching his lunch, Forest Farm, Cardiff

Photography courtesy Tony Batey-Isingrini

 

The Tawny Owl is one of five found in Wales

Photography courtesy Sorcha Lewis

 

The red squirrel is threatened by the non-native grey squirrel, through disease. The main population are on Anglesey.

Photography courtesy Anthony Ward

 

Photography courtesy Sorcha Lewis

 

Wild Ponies Brecon Beacons, South Wales

Photography courtesy Ade Ward

 

Mynydd Llangorse, Brecon Beaons

Photography courtesy Jim Cossey

 

The Majestic Swan at The River', Moel Y Don, North Wales 

Photography courtesy Marilyn Williams

 

Swans only one partner for their entire life. They mate with the same partner till the bond is broken either because of death or if any partner is preyed. They are the symbol of true love.

Photography Courtesy Brian Finney

 

The black-and-white striped badger is an iconic species in the UK and our biggest land predator.

Photography courtesy Anthony Ward

 

Red Foxes live in a burrow 'earth' system. They scent-mark and has a very strong, recognizable odor.

Photograpy courtesy Ade Ward