Richard Shucksmith (@ImagesEcology )

Richard Shucksmith

Bio Photographer & Cameraman
Marine biologist/ecologist
Owner & guide Shetland Photo Tour
Co-author Otters in Shetland: The Tale of the draatsi

Location Shetland Islands
Tweets 948
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Account created 22-07-2013 15:08:44
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Twitter Web App : Wow. What an overwhelming response! I cant believe how many talented artists taking part in this initiative.

I would love to increase the number of indigenous and minority artists involved and featured. If you know of any BIPOC artists or art departments, please do lmk!…

Twitter Web App : Conspicous absence of #marine species on new 2020 @UNODCWorld Wildlife Crime report!

To quote 2016 edition: In common parlance, the word “wildlife” does not include fish, but this terrestrial bias has little rational basis.

#WorldWildlifeDay2019 #IUUFishing #EndWildlifeCrime

Twitter Web App : Also very grateful to people who have allowed us to share their experience of personal tragedy in the hope it will be for a greater good, these stories are shocking to look back on.

Twitter Web App : Just think. This thing has not seen the light of day in 66 and a half million years.

New #DinoHunters TONIGHT at 9p!

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Android : Send us your images that best captures the beauty of the River Leven in Fife. We’ll showcase the best entries on our website & social media channels. There’s also a £50 voucher for the best image. Submit your entries via our portal ➡️

Happy snapping! 📸

Twitter Web App : Morning all, a cold grey start but the flyby Puffins don’t disappoint on the Isle of May...

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SocialFlow : Culture minister Caroline Dinenage spoke to Mishal Husain ahead of the reopening of tattooists, tanning and beauty salons on Monday. Facial treatments such as eyebrow threading are still not allowed. #R4Today podcast

iPhone : Call for experts for strengthening capacity of African forestry stakeholders on the implementation of forest and tree-based adaptation and mitigation options in different landscapes…

Buffer : The start of July for us in the Northern Hemisphere calls for #summertime, but on #BirdIsland the 1st day of the month means a wandering albatross nest count! Julys lucky number is... 499! Nova is doing well with Sitka and Ernest using their 53 years of combined experience!