I am no wildlife photographer and my woodcraft is minimal so my sightings of the non-human residents of the valley are the result of luck and usually fleeting. I had one or two close encounters, but most of the time I'd be seeing creatures as brief impressions, distant silhouettes, flashes of movement, glowing eyes in torchlight or furry bottoms disappearing into the undergrowth, which I guess is representative of how most of us encounter wildlife.
Ponies grazing and (in the distance) fox cubs yarring at one another, recorded at Snows Farm nature reserve.
Glimpses: Deer - frit-stencilled, fused and slumped dish - 11 cm diameter
Glimpses: Badger - engraved, fused and slumped glass with enamel - 10 x 10 cm
Glimpses: Fox Cub - engraved, fused and slumped glass with enamel - 10 x 10 cm
Glimpses: Pheasant - engraved, fused and slumped glass with enamel - 11 cm
Glimpses: Woodpecker - frit-stencilled, fused and slumped dish with enamel - 10 cm diameter