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David Chapman

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.

Latest Articles from David

Home & Garden
Wildlife-friendly shrubs for your garden
Some of the best garden shrubs for bees, birds and butterflies.
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The stoat
The stoat is an animal which can baffle its prey and disappear in a split second.
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The stickleback
Small native sticklebacks are ideal fish for wildlife ponds.
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The raven
Ravens are one of the British birds increasing in number across the country.
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Wildlife in the compost heap
Compost heaps can make a surprisingly effective wildlife refuge.
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The carrion crow
A characterful garden visitor with an unfortunate name.
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Hummingbird hawkmoth
The hummingbird hawkmoth is a large, distinctive day-flying moth.
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The jackdaw
The jackdaw is the smallest crow in the UK and is often seen nesting on rooftops.
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The house sparrow
The house sparrow is a wonderfully sociable, if scruffy, house guest.
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