Welcome to the SEEING Website

This website has been set up to display wildlife and Nature images of Britain from a group of photographers who wish to put something back into the wildlife conservation efforts of our various charitable Trusts.

To achieve this, the photographs on this website are available Free of charge, to registered Charities and Organisations working in the spirit of Wildlife conservation and education for use in their advertising and educational media; any commercial, retail or profit making use by these Charities or Organisations will be charged at reduced commercial rates. All other users will be charged normal commercial rates.

This website is photographically based centring on the Wildlife that is found around the British Isles.

There are a huge variety of Birds, Animals, Flowers and Fungi that reside, visit or over-winter within the British Isles and it is the intention of this site to make available pictures of both common and rarer species. If you are looking for a particular image and you do not see it in the galleries please contact us with details, as we may be able to fulfil your needs.

If you have any suggestions for the site, any requests or even just comments, please use the Contact page to let us know. We look forward to hearing from you.

We hope you enjoy your visit.

Whilst every effort has been made to obtain the correct identification of the images displayed on this site, if any discrepancies are found then please do not hesitate to contact us with the respective identification.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE

Please note the images on this website are the property of the individual photographer and protected under UK and International copyright laws. Copying, downloading, saving as digital files, printing, manipulating or reproducing without the prior written permission of the photographer is strictly forbidden and constitutes a breach of copyright.

Please do not abuse their generosity. Thank you.

Latest News

Future of New Forest National Park secured by huge grant

Aim is to make the forest more robust

November 2013. The future conservation of the New Forest National Park's unique landscape, wildlife and heritage has been given a huge boost thanks to support from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).

A 2.9m HLF Landscape Partnership grant has been earmarked for the National Park to restore lost habitats, develop forest skills and inspire a new generation to champion the care for the New Forest.

The seven-year New Forest Landscape Partnership will be led by the New Forest National Park Authority and 10 key partners, who will contribute their own funding to increase the pot to 4.5m.

The aim is to make the forest more robust and able to withstand the modern-day pressures such as trends in agriculture, climate change and increasing demands from a growing population that is less connected to the countryside.

The New Forest is one of only two areas in the southeast to receive funding this year and only one of nine across the country. Covering just 569 square kilometres, the New Forest is the smallest national park in the UK, although more than 50% of this is accessible to the public, including 325km of Public Rights of Way.

Article courtesy  Wildlife Extra