My wildlife photography mostly takes place in & around my home county of Kent, with other opportunities taken whenever possible while on holidays at various places in the UK, and the occasional trip abroad.
I rarely use portable hides (except for the car), preferring to rely on fieldcraft where possible, although hides on reserves are also used where they offer the chance of a good photo.

Please select "Galleries" (above) to view all of the various photo categories available, "recently added" for latest additions, or use the search option to look for a particular species.


I hope you enjoy browsing through my photos and why not check back occasionally to see what has been added.

Please feel free to comment on any if you wish.

       Adrian


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08.10.17
Last week I went to Oare Marshes to see the Wilson's Phalarope, which is a rare visitor from across the Atlantic. It is a small bird and it remained frustratingly distant, but I did eventually manage to get a few reasonable shots of it. I was also able to get a shot of a Black-necked grebe which was on Faversham Creek, a species that I have never seen close enough to photograph before. 


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Guestbook for Adrian Dowling Wildlife Photography
Nick Smith(non-registered)
Nice chatting to you today - hope you got your Gadwall! Ditto what David Gardiner has written, some fabulous images on here and I will also be keeping an eye on your site to see what is around.
David Gardiner(non-registered)
Good to meet you today Adrian. You have some really impressive images on your website. I shall take a regular look and see what you are up to. I am sure it will give me some good ideas. I hope to bump into you again at some point.
KB(non-registered)
Some excellent shots Adrian and keep em coming.
All the best to you both.
Keith
anna(non-registered)
Hi Adrian

I love your work, there is some great detail in the pictures. I particularly love the ones of the butterflies and the 2 dolphins as i love both of these species :) I'll be back to see more in the future.

thanks

Anna
Lucy(non-registered)
This is my first time i visit here. I found so many interesting stuff in your birds section.
From the comments on your articles, I guess I am not the only one having all the enjoyment here!
keep up the good work.
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