Bird Photography


Would you like the opportunity to photograph our wonderful birds of prey in the natural surroundings of the beautiful Warwickshire countryside? We have a number of falcons, hawks and owls for you to photograph in static poses or flying, during the session*.

Please ring for costs.

*Times of sessions vary depending on size of group.

We are also available to visit Photographic Clubs/Societies with a selection of our birds of prey, which include a Peregrine Falcon, Kestrel and Barn Owl which are all native to this country, plus a small selection of non indigenous.

1 hour – £100
2 hours – £150



We are holding half and whole day photography courses for beginners throughout the year which include theory and lots of practical. Participants will have the opportunity to photograph the birds at rest and in flight. There will also be the opportunity to take home a print of your best image.

The courses are led by a professional photographer and lecturer from Dimension Photography who is much travelled having worked in North & South America, the Himalayas, the Far East and much of Europe. His work has appeared in many publications such as books, magazines and national dailies.

Students require only appropriate outdoor clothing and a digital SLR camera with a medium telephoto lens. Long lenses are not required as the birds are in close proximity. During the day students may have the opportunity to view and have some of their images printed. The aim of the courses is to provide unique opportunities whilst improving photographic skills and learning about the subject.

Prices start from £65 and include refreshments and materials.
Courses are run throughout the year.
Coffees and teas are supplied throughout the course, and lunches are provided on day courses.

For more details visit, email or phone 07850750025.

**Half day and whole day photography courses may be purchased as a gift for Birthdays, Christmas, Anniversaries etc.**


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