Yorkshire wildlife artist Robert E Fuller has drawn on a lifetime of watching birds weave intricate nests for his latest art collection, available to view on his website until April 30.

Alongside finely detailed paintings are notes describing how each species designs a nest to suit the specific needs of its young. There are also stories, films and photographs to enjoy.

The exhibition also includes paintings of owls and kestrels posed outside their tree nests. “These species spend a lot of time choosing the perfect place to nest, but once they have decided they don’t do much more than scrape out a hollow for their eggs,” explained Mr Fuller.

“However, I’ve included paintings of them in the collection because I was also inspired by how they nest.”

To access the online exhibition, visit Robert's website on www.robertefuller.com or see the live video stream on YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/RobertEFuller