Behind the Scenes of the Weird Fish Winter Photo Shoot Dec 2016

Before Christmas last year we took our photography team on an outing to photograph our newly arriving Macaroni range. We headed down to Kent to the charming village of Benenden and also the long, fine sand beach – Camber Sands.

Our first stop was the beautiful converted Old Smock Windmill  a fantastic setting in the Kent countryside.

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Hero of the Month – November 2016

Each month we are picking someone we feel deserves some recognition, be they an established celebrity, or more of a local celeb – We want to thank these everyday heroes for the things they have achieved.

This month we have spoken to wildlife photographer Jack Perks.

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Behind the Scenes of Weird Fish’s Autumn Photo Shoot in the Isle of Wight

We know the Isle of Wight well, we used to have a store in Cowes, and visit every year when we take part in the annual Garlic Festival. So knowing what a cracking part of the UK it is, we took our team over there to shoot out Autumn 2016 range.

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saving our skydancers – a blog about hen harriers

With Hen Harrier day just around the corner (7th August 2016), and to celebrate the launch of our latest RSPB charity T-Shirt “Harrier Potter and the Deathly Sparrows”, the RSPB have helped us with a guest blog to tell us a little more about these majestic creatures and how we can help save them.

Guest Blog by – Blánaid Denman, Project Manager, Hen Harrier LIFE+ Project

If I say ‘harrier’, most people think ‘jet’, few ever consider the bird the jet was named after – the hen harrier. Seldom seen but rarely forgotten, this beautiful bird of prey is an agile hunter and its acrobatic ‘skydancing’ courtship display is one of the most breathtaking spectacles in British nature.

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Female Hen Harrier at Wallasea Wetlands taken by Trevor Oakley

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