Josh Jaggard (@Josh_Jaggard )

Josh Jaggard

Bio Norfolk/Shetland based wildlife photographer/cameraman.

Photography guide for Shetland Nature


Location Norfolk, UK
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Twitter Web App : Bloody love this! Look how tropical North Norfolk looks 😄
These wetlands are amazing homes to birds,water voles, amphibious and dragonflies. They also do a pretty good job polishing water from the treatment works, helping rivers and eventually the sea.…

Twitter Web App : An awesome new paper showing the new wetland. Well worth a read, needs to be done all over the place.…

Twitter Web App : Had a great day photographing & filming a few sites for Norfolk Rivers Trust. Aerial showing the new wetlands they have created to clean the water from a water treatment site before it returns to the river. Great idea and has created a habitat for a huge diversity of life.

Twitter Web App : Great day droning for the Norfolk Rivers Trust. Here they have created a wetland that helps prevent thousands of kg of excess nutrients from sewage works getting into our rivers, also locking up carbon and providing a home for wildlife. This place was buzzing with life.

Twitter Web App : The Ingol river and wetland! The river links to good natural habitat Snettisham Park, two more restoration projects downstream and on to Snettisham RSPB and close to awesome re-wilding project Dominic Buscall. Footage from Josh Jaggard

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Twitter Web App : Good piece by Jack Perks on Countryfile last night. Looking forward to the next few videos. Check it out.…

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Twitter Web App : So, now I’m a grass snake daddy!

A friend found a beautiful girl who had only been dead an hour or two - and then 18 eggs inside. So obviously I’ve now got them specific substrate, at a certain temperature and humidity, for the rest of the summer.

My very own BBC Springwatch

Twitter Web App : Our wonderful Ingol wetland creation has been used as a shining example of a successful project in WWFs blueprint for Bankable Nature Solutions. Want to know what these are? Read the report & see the other case studies selected from across the globe:

Twitter Web App : #BakeYourResearch - ok! At the Otter Project we post-mortem roadkill #otters. Their organs are used in research for the #conservation of their own species & the freshwater environment. I use the liver to understand #pollution in our waterways. CU Water Research #AnatomyModel 🦦🧁

iPhone : Beavers would benefit lots of Norfolk's disappearing species too. Eels and water voles for certain. The increase in invertebrates would help swallows and warblers and cuckoos. Grass snakes...water shrews...…

iPhone : As they proved popular and many of you have been asking for it, we have compiled a compilation of all of the Springwatch Magic Moments from 2020. So sit back, relax, and unwind, with 20 minutes in nature over on our Facebook page:…

#Springwatch 💚

Twitter Web App : This is the first lit-up glow-worm of our project. In a room in my house, in old takeaway tupperware - but hopefully its descendants will be little green candles in our countryside.

Since civilisation began, this animal has been symbolic of life & hope in the darkest of times.