Water Vole Photography Workshop

 

Water voles have declined steaply in recent years vanishing from many areas where they were once common. In the East Midlands we still hold a relativley healthly population of water voles from urban areas to remote streams. Join Jack to get close encounters with one of the most remarkable mammals in the British Isles.

Location - Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire     Season: All Year (March - May best)

Cost -

Half Day: £95.00 (pp) 9am - 12pm

Full Day £120.00 (pp) 9am - 3pm

(Timings can be adjusted to suit your needs)

Whats the plan?

We'll meet by the car park and go through camera equipment and general practice for the day. The water voles are fairly used to people and show well typically. Depending on what shot you want will determine where and what we do.

Whats to bring?

Long lens of 300mm

Beanbag for low angles or Tripod

Walking boots/Waterproofs (neutral colours recommended)

Extra Memory cards & Battries

Flask or packed lunch (there are cafes near by also)

Number of people on workshop: 4 max though advised 1 - 2 - 1

Difficulty

There are paths at both sites I work at so easy to walk to and not far from parking. 

 

Other wildlife we can encounter          Please read the T & C's

 

  • Waterfowl

  • Dipper

  • Grebes

  • Grey Heron

  • Goosander

Clients Images from this workshop

© Emma McConnell

© Alan Harris

© Clive Filer