Share your photos

Brown hairstreak butterfly © Brian Walker
Brown hairstreak butterfly © Brian Walker

Do you have any images that we could use in TVERC publications such as reports, newsletters, website and leaflets?

You would be helping TVERC to further the interest in the work that we undertake in conserving our wonderful wildlife.

Please read our consent form (Word doc) for information on how we may use your photos, fill it in and email it to us along with your photos at

The photos need to be:

  • High resolution
  • Well-lit (in sunshine or very good light)
  • Close up for species
  • Good focus
  • Notable and protected species are particularly useful

Photographs will be credited to the photographer wherever possible, but there may be some exceptions, for example when used on pull-up banners.

The following categories would be most useful to us:

  • Birds
  • Insects
  • Small and large mammals
  • Amphibians and reptiles
  • Flowering plants
  • Fungi
  • Aquatic plants
  • Images which clearly show a habitat e.g. chalk grassland, fen, meadow, heathland, woodland
  • Older pictures of well-known sites can be good for showing change

Images below: Slow worm (Ed Austin), Cinnabar moth (Brian Walker), Grey Heron (Steve Betts), Snake's head fritillary (Matthew Jellings), Meadow cranesbill (Rod Trevaskus), Black-striped longhorn beetle (Brian Walker).