BBC Wildlife Magazine - Photostory
12th May, 2020
Ross has been reading BBC Wildlife – the UK's bestselling and most prestigious natural history magazine – since his childhood. Therefore, he is absolutely thrilled to have a 10-page photostory in their latest issue (May 2020). The story surrounds the little Cornish woodland Ross’s family created over 30-years ago – and how this new habitat is flourishing. Ross’s photographs show some of the animals and plants that now thrive where empty fields once stood. This is where Ross’s parents imparted their love of nature to him, and where his love of nature photography grew. It is a very personal story… and one Ross hopes will inspire others to encourage and nurture wildlife close to home.
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