By Timmy Odejimi
UK: FEAST your eyes on these incredible wildlife animals featured in a new book that will leave you wanting to explore wildlife across the UK.
One picture shows a wild boar looking sternly at the camera. Other mesmerising pictures show different animals such as foxes, eagles, barn owl, fallow bucks, red deer, feral goats and more, across national parks in the UK.
Spread across the nation, this mesmerising photograph collection of wild animals describes the best places for photographing wild animals in the UK.
The images have been revealed in the new book, Photographing Wildlife in the UK by wildlife photographer, Andrew Marshall.
“In making this book I have travelled far-and-wide and had some fantastic experiences,” said Andrew in the book’s introduction.
“The best advice in this book is to respect wild creatures and their habitats, and help to give wildlife the space to remain truly wild.
“The guidebook describes some of the best locations for photographing the most interesting wild animals in the UK.
Some of the locations in the book are well-known national parks such as Regents Park, Richmond Park, The Peak District, Isle of Mull, whereas others are not as popular and known.
Most of these parks are free and open to the public, but some charge entrance fee.
“Some of the better-known locations have proved unremarkable whilst some unexpected locations have excelled,” said Andrew.
“Many of these places are not a secret but some are not well known.
“These locations are beautiful places to visit in themselves to and people should go with an open mind as to what they might see.”
Published by fotoVUE, Photographing Wildlife in the UK is available to buy now on Amazon for £19.99.