10 years of the NWT Gallery

Blog post by NWT on 22 Jul, 2022
To pay homage to our beloved gallery, the NWT would like to celebrate some of the best and brightest contributions made by you, our supporters, over its 10 years of service.
 

Mammals:

 
Otter by David Jackson, 2019

 
Grey seal by Norman Wyatt, 2013


Badger by Tim Lake, 2017


Brown hare by Barton Bendish, 2019


Invertebrates: 


Nursery web spider by Steve Evans, 2022


Minotaur Beetle by Darren Williams, 2009


Blue bottle fly by Richard Penska, 2016


Ladybird by Steve Evans, 2022


Reptiles:


Common lizard by Peter Dent, 2016


Common frog by Richard-Brunton, 2016


Grass snake by Mark-Ollett, 2012


Grass snake, by Peter Dent, 2016


Plants and Fungi:


Hip berries by Elizabeth Dack, 2015


Inkcap fungi by Nick Goodrum, 2017


Marsh sow thistle by Jeremy Halls, 2018


Turkey tail fungi by Paul Taylor, 2015


Meadow Thistle by Ernie Janes, 2018


Birds:


Common cranes by Henry Page, 2016


Kestrel by Steve Evans, 2022


Blue Tit by Nick Cantle, 2008


Little owl by Nick Appleton, 2012


Long tailed tit by David Savory, 2018

Thank you to everyone who helped us share all the wild and wonderful nature that Norfolk has to offer. There are still hundreds more amazing images that we couldn’t fit into just one blog, so we will be keeping all previously submitted photos up on the website for you to search and enjoy.

We still want to see all of your incredible wildlife images and would love for you to share them with us across our social media, or to continue contributing to our new ‘gallery 2.0’, post your wildlife photos on Instagram with the hashtag #NWTGallery. As always, we look forward to seeing what you’ve got!

Header image by Evie & Tom
 
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