Sunday, 22 July 2012

Owl Photography Evening


I've been working on a few extra events for the Summer, news of which will hopefully follow if they come to fruition, but for now I can introduce the pilot of one of these things.

This one if for all you budding photographers...

This coming Tuesday, the 24th of July, I will be holding an evening photo session with our owls down on the nature reserve. Those who sign up will be able to hang around after we close from 5pm until sunset (9ish) to get some amazing photographs of our 5 most common British owls

Our owl days have been a huge success, all selling out very quickly, and so this idea was to help offer more chances for those that missed out on our planned days. At the same time of course you get the much softer and warmer evening light to photograph by... Stunning!

I will be charging £50 for this event, and limiting the spaces to 10 photographers. If you are interested please let me know by emailing me at info@britishwildlifecentre.co.uk The first 10 people who contact me I will confirm back by phone or email that you have a place.

If this proves to be popular, then I will look at offering more of these dates over the Summer weeks... maybe even throw in a mammal evening or two as well. If interested but this is too short notice, still let me know and I can look at booking some in for later in the Summer. If little interest is shown then no worries, I will just enjoy the evening and owls to myself.

So what is on offer on Tuesday...

A fun relaxed atmosphere on a glorious evening. Fingers crossed for some red light at the end of the night.

 - Little Owl
 - Barn Owl
 - Tawny Owl + Flying Tawny Owl
 - Short Eared Owl
 - Long Eared Owl

I will only be able to fly the tawny as other owls would have been flown during the display, but you would get some cracking chances of it flying down the track in the warm light!

The event will require moderate walking, and in places on slightly uneven ground.







1 comment:

  1. i think your phots are very beautfull, owls are such amazing birds.

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