Tag Archives: mammal



Whenever we heard “Chui” over the guides radio in Kenya we knew there was excitement at hand. Sod’s law meant that we were nearly always on the other side of the river/park/area from the Leopard, […]

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Leopard Male – Tanzania

Jump of location, from our back garden back to Africa…….Male leopard taken in Tarangire NP in Tanzania. This big male lost an eye several years ago but that hasn’t stopped him from being a successful […]

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Field vole (Microtus agrestis)

Field vole (Microtus agrestis) One of the visitors to our wild garden. We are fortunate enough to be close to the woods and so we get quite a diverse lot of vistiors, mostly birds but […]

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Samburu Elephants

After many trips to Kenya and Samburu we finally got to see the Ewaso Ng’iro with water in it. An added bonus was watching the elephants daily trek from the surrounding foothills down to the […]

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WildFutures Greeting Cards now for Sale on line

And now I am pleased to be able offer for on line sale the exclusive range of greeting cards produced specifically for Wild Futures in support of their flag-ship project the Monkey Sanctuary in Looe, Cornwall. The […]

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Fund raising dinner for Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary

  Austells 2 rosette restaurant in Carlyon Bay and I are combining forces to host a fund-raising dinner to raise much needed funds for the award winning Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary in Looe, Cornwall.  The dinner […]

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Exclusive greeting card range for Wild Futures

    I am proud and excited to announce the impending launch of an exclusive range of greeting cards produced specifically for Wild Futures in support of their flag-ship project the Monkey Sanctuary in Looe, […]

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Young Vervet Monkey

I don’t often venture into the black and white world but made and exception in this little chaps case, taken in Samburu National Park in Kenya Related Images:

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Meet Ollie

Ollie is a Woolly Monkey and is now resident in the Monkey Sanctuary in Cornwall, which he shares with 36 other monkeys, including more of his Woolly Monkey brethren and troops of Capuchin Monkeys and […]

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New Look

I decided I was tired of the ‘old’ look of the website so have updated with this one, the main advantage being more pictures, fewer words 🙂 In keeping with that philosphy I won’t type any more, I’ll […]

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