Wildlife on camera

PUBLISHED: 16:00 01 March 2015

By John Cullen.

By John Cullen.

SOME of North Somerset’s impressive wildlife has been captured on camera by Times readers.

A jackdaw and a mouse making the most of a garden feeder, a bold fox spotted on a country walk and a robin taking a rest on a gardener’s spade are just some of the picturesque scenes shot by amateur photographers across North Somerset.

All of the pictures have been uploaded to iwitness24, the Times’ sister website that allows our readers to share their pictures from around the area.

Whether they are of an impressive view, a breaking news story or an amusing scene, we want you to share your snaps with us and be in with the chance of your work being published in the paper or online.

To sign up and find out more visit weston.iwitness24.co.uk so you can start uploading your pictures.


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