David Chapman is an award-winning wildlife photographer and natural history writer.
David Chapman is a photographer and writer specialising in the natural history of Britain. He has won many awards for his photography and writing which can be seen in a range of magazines, calendars and books. He owns a smallholding in Cornwall where he aims to attract wildlife.
How the beautiful cinnabar moth relies on toxic ragwort to survive.
A cold spell might bring this beautiful bird to your garden in search of food.
Find out why we associate robins with Christmas.
This beautiful butterfly is often on the wing during autumn.
Find out how to attract the beautifully striking goldfinch into your garden.
Few moths are as large or shapely as the poplar hawkmoth.
The largest member of the fritillaries can be seen on the wing in July.
The garden tiger moth is one of our most striking species of moth.
Why are there fewer holly blue butterflies on the wing?