The Bewick Society
Promotes interest in the life and work of Thomas Bewick (1753-1828), Northumberland wood engraver, artist, and naturalist; provides a biography, details of collections of his work, and a guide to visiting Cherryburn, the cottage of his birth, now a museum.
A wildlife painter and illustrator, also offering a programme of classes and tuition. With profile, galleries, and contacts.
An artist who specialises in wildlife within the landscape, particularly birds; includes a profile, galleries, details of his books, and a guide to major projects.
The George Edward Lodge Trust
Celebrates and promotes appreciation for the life and work of George Edward Lodge (1860-1954), wildlife artist, naturalist and falconer.
An artist and illustrator producing wildlife works in a range of media; includes galleries, blog, profile, and details of his teaching.
A wildlife artist in North Norfolk best known for his watercolour paintings and sketches of birds, made outdoors from life; with galleries, listing of his book titles, news, and contacts.
Little Brown Birds
Features the work of Peter Brown, illustrator for a weekly column in The Times for more than 10 years; with an online gallery, and how to order prints.
Official site of a full time bird illustrator, who worked for many years with the RSPB; includes a profile and galleries of his work, covering paintings and prints, illustrations for books and interpretive signage, and his field sketches.
Society of Wildlife Artists – SWLA
Works to generate appreciation of the natural world through all forms of fine art; includes a member list, samples of their work, exhibition and events diary, and details of their bursary scheme.