Foxglove Covert Photo Gallery
Photographs from the bird ringers activities on the reserve and out across the local area.
Warm sunny days from spring through to autumn encourage butterflies to show themselves. The variety of flowers gives many opportunities for feeding.
A selection of images from the Foxglove bird ringers’ activities in Cape Wrath on the extreme north west coast of Scotland.
Lark and Taurus, from the Yorkshire Exmoor Pony Trust, carry out valuable habitat work. They have grazed the heath paddocks, around Plover's Pool and the far mo...
Some of our four-legged friends can be easily seen and photographed, others are more difficult.
Autumn is the best time of year to discover the fungi at Foxglove.
The moth trap is put out every Tuesday night, weather permitting. Wednesday morning sees volunteers arrive to ID the moths. Records are entered into the Speci...
The hides look out across the lake and give views of an ever changing vista. Hague Bridge gives a different aspect.
Since the moorland became part of the reserve it has undergone many changes. The wetland, Plover’s Pool, the flower meadow and a stone circle on the far moor ...
No matter what the season, the weather or time of day there is always opportunities to photograph the reserve.