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Robert E Fuller: Amazing footage of kingfishers inside their nest

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Robert E Fuller: Amazing footage of kingfishers inside their nest

An Artist's Research: Watch this amazing video of how a pair of kingfishers raise their chicks inside this artificial nest. Watch the courtship of the kingfishers, how they lay their eggs and the moment that the kingfisher chicks are first born. Watch the kingfisher chicks being raised by their parents until they fledge. See how it inspired me to produce a painting of a kingfisher.

About Me: I am a British wildlife artist based in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I use nestcams to study animal behaviour so that I can capture the individual characters of my wild subjects in paint. I've shared the best of my video research on this channel. I hope you enjoy it! See more too on my website:
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Robert E Fuller: Amazing footage of kingfishers inside their nest

An Artist's Research: Watch this amazing video of how a pair of kingfishers raise their chicks inside this artificial nest. Watch the courtship of the kingfishers, how they lay their eggs and the moment that the kingfisher chicks are first born. Watch the kingfisher chicks being raised by their parents until they fledge. See how it inspired me to produce a painting of a kingfisher. About Me: I am a British wildlife artist based in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I use nestcams to study animal behaviour so that I can capture the individual characters of my wild subjects in paint. I've shared the best of my video research on this channel. I hope you enjoy it! See more too on my website:
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Robert E Fuller: Filming Kingfishers inside their nest

An Artist's Research: I've undertaken an ambitious project to film kingfishers inside their pitch black nesting chamber. I was interested to see how kingfishers brought up their young. It has given me a fascinating insight into this secretive bird's behaviour

About Me: I am a British wildlife artist based in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I use nestcams to study animal behaviour so that I can capture the individual characters of my wild subjects in paint. I've shared the best of my video research on this channel. I hope you enjoy it! See more too on my website:
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Robert E Fuller: When dad comes home to find a new kestrel chick in the nest

The difference between when the adult female returned to find a new kestrel in the nest to when the male returns is stark. Look how calm the new kestrel chick this time. Instead of snatching the food from the adult male, it quietly accepts morsels. Is this a result of the calming influence of this elder, statesman dad? Or perhaps the new kestrel is a little more relaxed - and a little less hungry!
If you aren't already following the story, this kestrel was found abandoned and I have introduced it to the nest in the hope that these wild birds will raise it.

About Me: I am a British wildlife artist based in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I use nestcams to study animal behaviour so that I can capture the individual characters of my wild subjects in paint. I've shared the best of my video research on this channel. I hope you enjoy it! See more too on my website:
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Robert E Fuller: Filming kingfishers on the nest: courtship

An Artist's Research: I've been getting some incredible footage of the courtship behaviour of kingfishers from my hide - hidden in an artificial bank beside a pond. Watch this video of the male presenting fish to the female before they mate. Did you know that kingfishers are solitary birds and need to overcome their powerful instinct to flee in order to mate. Read about how these two got on with that here

About Me: I am a British wildlife artist based in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I use nestcams to study animal behaviour so that I can capture the individual characters of my wild subjects in paint. I've shared the best of my video research on this channel. I hope you enjoy it! See more too on my website:

Robert E Fuller: Kingfisher chicks inside their nesting chamber

An Artist's Research: Watch these adorable kingfisher chicks inside their nesting chamber. They are born pink, bald and blind. But isn't their upright posture unusual - they looks like minature pterodactyls! Read more about this story here:

About Me: I am a British wildlife artist based in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I use nestcams to study animal behaviour so that I can capture the individual characters of my wild subjects in paint. I've shared the best of my video research on this channel. I hope you enjoy it! See more too on my website:

Robert E Fuller: Stoats: How they bring up their kits

An Artist's Research: I managed to film inside the nest of a family of stoats that were living in my garden. It was a real priveledge to watch a pair court inside their nest chamber and then raise a big family of kits. Enjoy!

About Me: I am a British wildlife artist based in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I use nestcams to study animal behaviour so that I can capture the individual characters of my wild subjects in paint. I've shared the best of my video research on this channel. I hope you enjoy it! See more too on my website:

Robert E Fuller Amazing footage of kingfishers inside their nest

Robert E Fuller: Watch this pair of kingfishers nesting

An Artist's Research: Watch this pair of kingfishers as they go fishing. Read more about my experiences with kingfishers:

About Me: I am a British wildlife artist based in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I use nestcams to study animal behaviour so that I can capture the individual characters of my wild subjects in paint. I've shared the best of my video research on this channel. I hope you enjoy it! See more too on my website:

I've been filming kingfishers at their nest. I'm really pleased with the quality of the footage.

An Artist's Research: BBC Springwatch are coming today to film the kingfisher pair I've been watching at their nest. I've been watching this pair from a hide hidden inside an artificial bank I built and I have been filming and photographing them as the pair courted and nested. There are four baby kingfishers in the nest. I'll be sharing the story of how I built an artificial bank beside a pond to entice this pair on my nest on my blog.

About Me: I am a British wildlife artist based in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I use nestcams to study animal behaviour so that I can capture the individual characters of my wild subjects in paint. I've shared the best of my video research on this channel. I hope you enjoy it! See more too on my website:
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Amazing Kingfisher bird nest

Amazing Kingfisher bird nest


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The kingfisher - Germany's flying diamond

This is the story of an animal filmmaker who fulfilled a childhood dream: a documentary, featuring the reclusive and rare kingfisher. The material was not shot in some distant country; it was made here in Germany, in the centre of Europe's green heart, near a tributary of the Rhine.

Animal filmmaker Hans-Jürgen Zimmermann used to admire the flying diamond even as a small child. As an adult, he could at last capture this beautiful bird on film - closer and more intensive than ever before. The results enable us to share his observations as if we had actually participated in the film our-selves. Watch the kingfisher, caught on the wing whilst hunting. Experience how elegantly and powerfully the bird breaks the surface of the water, thereby catching small fish. Enjoy detailed footage of the exciting family life of these fascinating animals.

The film reveals the secret life of the timid kingfisher, from the beginning of territorial conflicts in spring, the digging of a breeding hollow and the hostile attacks of a sparrow hawk, to the persistent expelling of the young birds from the parental territory - all captured in truly unique pictures. Experience a passionate and unforgettable documentary. Look forward to this delightful declaration of love to our wild nature - and to the flying diamond.

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Examining the nature of the beast.

Kingfisher Feeding its chicks

A week of filming to get a wonderful insight into the Lives of these beautiful Brownhooded Kingfishers
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Robert E Fuller:

Watch this white stoat in my garden! Stoats have the ability to turn white in winter for camouflage but it is a rare occurance and is mainly determined by genetics. White stoats are rare in the UK and especially here in Yorkshire. I nicknamed this ghostly creature Banditta after the mask of brown fur that remained over her eyes. Read more about her on my blog

An Artist's Research: I am a British wildlife artist based in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I use nestcams to study animal behaviour so that I can capture the individual characters of my wild subjects in paint. I've shared the best of my video research on this channel. I hope you enjoy it! See more too on my website:

Belted Kingfisher Nest

While wandering along the river the other day, I found some holes in the river bank with some chicks in them. They are kingfishers. It was pretty neat to see. I tried for about 30 minutes to get a shot of the mother bird landing in the hole but it never did.

Robert E Fuller: What happens when mum comes home

The following clip is fascinating. It was taken an hour after I placed a foundling kestrel chick into the nest. The adult female returns with food for her chicks to find a new chick is in the nest and there is chaos as the foundling chick immediately snatches the meal she has caught for her own young from her! Watch this mother's reaction! Instead of becoming aggressive, as you might expect, she seems to circle the new chick as if trying to work out what on earth this is. Then she spends some time trying to get the food back from this hungry chick. Once she has it she continues to carefully break pieces off for her own young, meanwhile the foster chick tears off chunks from the kill and eventually the elder of the adult kestrel's natural chicks piles in and also begins to feed for itself -leaving mother kestrel to feed the youngest one. Incredible!

About Me: I am a British wildlife artist based in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I use nestcams to study animal behaviour so that I can capture the individual characters of my wild subjects in paint. I've shared the best of my video research on this channel. I hope you enjoy it! See more too on my website:

The Kingfisher: A flying German Treasure

This is the story of an animal filmmaker who fulfilled a childhood dream: a documentary, featuring the reclusive and rare kingfisher. The material was not shot in some distant country; it was made here in Germany, in the centre of Europe's green heart, near a tributary of the Rhine.

Animal filmmaker Hans-Jürgen Zimmermann used to admire the flying diamond even as a small child. As an adult, he could at last capture this beautiful bird on film - closer and more intensive than ever before. The results enable us to share his observations as if we had actually participated in the film our-selves. Watch the kingfisher, caught on the wing whilst hunting. Experience how elegantly and powerfully the bird breaks the surface of the water, thereby catching small fish. Enjoy detailed footage of the exciting family life of these fascinating animals.

The film reveals the secret life of the timid kingfisher, from the beginning of territorial conflicts in spring, the digging of a breeding hollow and the hostile attacks of a sparrow hawk, to the persistent expelling of the young birds from the parental territory - all captured in truly unique pictures. Experience a passionate and unforgettable documentary. Look forward to this delightful declaration of love to our wild nature - and to the flying diamond.

Robert E Fuller: Male Kingfisher feeds the young

An Artist's Research: This year I took on my most ambitious project to date: filming inside a kingfisher's nest. Watch the male creep up the tunnel and feed his hungry chicks. Read more about this on my blog:

About Me: I am a British wildlife artist based in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I use nestcams to study animal behaviour so that I can capture the individual characters of my wild subjects in paint. I've shared the best of my video research on this channel. I hope you enjoy it! See more too on my website:

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