Natural Focus, presented by David Boag (international author, lecturer and wildlife photographer) celebrates the beauty of the natural world. David's enthusiasm for creation comes out in every show he does and you are guarenteed to learn something new each time.
People pick and choose wildlife24/04/2006 Duration: 12min
Whilst some people encourage and feed creatures in their garden, others hate the same animal - which shows that humans are probably the strangest creatures on the planet.
Birds nests are unique for a reason18/04/2006 Duration: 12min
Birds nest in a variety of different ways and each is designed to avoid the attention of predators and provide a secure location for eggs and young.
As spring arrives I get busy10/04/2006 Duration: 12min
A few days of sunshine and an increase in temperature stimulates new life in the countryside.
A strong diagonal lifts a picture03/04/2006 Duration: 11min
When photographing nature I enjoy trying to create exciting photographs no matter the subject and composition is an exciting topic.
Yellow, the colour of spring27/03/2006 Duration: 10min
Having entertained the local gardening club with a natural history lecture, my thoughts turn to the flowers of spring.
The wildlife experience of a lifetime24/03/2006 Duration: 11min
My wild enthusiasm turns into an unintentional advert for a safari. “Don’t die without going to Africa once”!
How to catch a fish like a bird20/03/2006 Duration: 11min
Many birds feed on fish and we enthuse about their remarkable and varied fishing abilities.
Water – its amazing!17/03/2006 Duration: 10min
Water is a remarkable substance that is so familiar that it is often taken for granted. It is relevant to all forms of life and can even turn mountains up-side-down.
Feeding birds in your garden13/03/2006 Duration: 12min
Wherever you live birds can be attracted into the garden; I share some of my personal observations from different parts of the world
Snow changes the world10/03/2006 Duration: 08min
Snow turns the mundane into the extraordinary and listeners have asked if I have any opinions about photographing it.