Thursday 25 May 2017
One-day workshop in association with Nikon School, led by Chris Gomersall.
This experience day will give you an introduction to taking images of wild birds at established feeding stations, from purpose-built photography hides. There are three separate hides for kingfisher, kestrel and little owl, and the birds quite habituated, so while success can not be guaranteed your chances of obtaining frame-filling shots of all three species are excellent. In the event that one of these subjects might not be co-operating, we also have the opportunity to offer an alternative hide – for instance, there’s a second kingfisher hide at a reed-bed location. Careful attention has been paid to lighting and background when siting these hides, and the perches are frequently refreshed. You will take turns to rotate between the three hides, all of which are within a 400 meter radius on the same farm.
Non-Nikon owners welcome.
Group size: 9 persons max.
Location: Droitwich, Worcestershire
Cost per person: £179
Availability: Fully booked
Further information & booking enquiries
Tel: 0330 123 0934