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An Exhibition of Wildlife Photography at the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust on the 13th and 14th Nov, this is part of the anual Festival of Swans held by the Trust at Welney in Camb’s. The pictures will be principally of wetland species; waterfowl and shorebrds within their habitat.
An Exhibition of Wildlife Photography at the North West Bird Fair on the 20th and 21st Nov will be held at the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust at Martin Mere Nr Ormskirk in Lanc’s.The images will have a wetland theme, consisting of waterfowl and shorebirds.
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In March and April of this year I will be visiting New Zealand to photograph Albatross Kea and New Zealand Blue Duck. I will visit Arthurs Pass in South Island first for the Keas, then travel up to Kaikora on the East Coast of South Island (about 2hrs north of…
An article on filming Bald Eagles in Alaska was recently published in the winter issue of Birds Illustrated. The Chilkat Valley in South East Alaska is a winter gathering place for up to 3500 eagles. I spent 10 very cold, but sunny days, in this magical place filming the Eagles…
Wildlife Photography has been my main focus over the last 2 months, concentrating on shorebirds here in North Wales. In the coming weeks I will visit Caerlaverock in Scotland to photograph Barnacle geese and Whooper swans. The Natural World programme ‘Iron Curtain-Green Belt’, on which I was wildlife cameraman,has just…
An exhibition of photographs of mainly wetland birds, many of which were taken at WWT Reserves. Subjects will include Bewicks Swans, Whooper Swans and Brent Geese. Some Alaskan species included could be Bald Eagles, Western Sandpipers, Harlequin Ducks Trumpeter Swans and American Widgeon. Come and see for yourself, the exhibition…
A small exhibition of about 15 pictures of Snowdonia landscapes and some wildlife.