Winter Wildlife Photography - Straight from the Park
Letts Safari's wildlife photographers bring you behind the scenes at our rewilding parks
Our amazing wildlife photographers have been out across our network of Letts Safari parks throughout the winter so you can enjoy these wild lands from the warm comfort of your home! Here are some of our favourite moments - ‘straight from the park’.
Nuthatches are kind of woodpecker-like, but more agile, perching up on their feet with bodies and tails held well clear. They love broadleaved woodland with large, old trees that are handy for foraging. They can descend head-first and hang upside down beneath twigs and branches. In the UK they have the unique habit of plastering mud around the entrance to their nest hole.
The Soay become more aggressive over winter as they enter their version of rutting season. Did you know that there are only 1,000 registered Soay left - mostly in the wild? We need more of these stunning creatures, sometimes referred to as the gazelle of the West!
Layers of fungi form nature’s origami. Food for some - mattress for others!
At Letts Safari parks the trees are wild - with linked branches providing an endless mosaic of interconnected canopy above the ground, re-enforced with spiralling, intertwining roots below. They are laced with living organisms and lichen. Home to thousands of organisms.
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