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2008 Seminar and Talk Programme

Several professional wildlife photographers offer photography holidays and tours. For some examples please see the links below:

Northshots Photo-tours offer a range of excellent photographic holidays in the UK and overseas. A list of their latest holidays, prices and availability can be found here.

Chris Gomersall runs a wide range of creative workshops and tours for both the beginning and advanced wildlife photographer. Details of his latest workshops and overseas tours can be found here.

Niall Benvie offers an excellent Digital Imaging Workshop for those new to digital photography. Course details and dates can be found here.

David Tipling offers various courses and photo safaris, details and dates can be found here.

Mark Hamblin offers various courses via Northshots, more details can be found here.


Tips and Techniques

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Field Fact Sheets


Basic factual information about British Mammals can be found at the Mammal Society website.


Bird calls, short videos and basic information can be found at the RSPB website.

Some direct links and two or our fact sheets are below if you have a specific species in mind:

Insects: Butterflies

The British Butterfly Conservation Society website is an excellent resource for information on all things related to our native butterflies and their conservation.

Insects: Dragonflies

The British Dragonfly Society offers basic facts and latest field reports on our native species and has a number of very useful field guides.


The Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust contains some fantastic information on our native species and their conservation.


Other Useful Resources

Any useful gadget, book, course, or information we come across will be listed here. If you have an idea that may help other wildlife photographers please submit it here. We cannot guarantee to list every idea submitted but all will be read and reviewed for inclusion on the site.