David Chapman

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

Orange tip butterfly
Home & Garden

The orange-tip butterfly

Among the first butterflies of spring is this exquisite orange-tipped butterfly.

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Greenfinch
Home & Garden

The greenfinch

The greenfinch is a common visitor at garden bird tables.

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Green lacewing
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The green lacewing

David Chapman admires one of our few hibernating insects.

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House mice
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The house mouse

The mouse that needs to live close to humans.

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Blackcap female
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The blackcap

The curious tale of how British bird tables changed the blackcap's path.

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Angle shades moth
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The angle shades moth

Find out about the beautiful angle shades moth.

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Long-tailed tit
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The long-tailed tit

Mumruffin, Chittering and Jack-in-a-Bottle - the long-tailed tit is a bird of many names.

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Black redstart
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The black redstart

The black redstart thrives in derelict buildings and power stations.

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Slow worm male
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The slow worm

Slow worms are the most commonly-seen reptile in British gardens.

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