Spend three days photographing from a suite of photographic hides across the Knepp Wildlands in Sussex. Capture images of kingfishers, owls, raptors, deer.
The Knepp Wildlands at 3,500 acres, is the largest privately owned re-wilding project in lowland Europe and the wildlife is nothing short of incredible. It has the added advantage of being slap bang in the middle of south-east England and we shall have full access to it.
This exciting three-day residential course offers:
- Access to dawn and dusk, as well as daytime photographic hides
- Full instruction and tuition both in the classroom and in the field.
- Two kingfisher hides at separate locations
- Two little owl hides
- Raptor hides
- Deer hides
- Plus other hides based on the observations of the season.
Accommodation is full-board on the ‘glamping’ site at Knepp Wildland in either shepherd’s huts or elaborate bell-tents. Please do not be put off by this aspect, this accommodation is heated and very well appointed, matching accommodation on the top African safari camps.
Price per person: £660
24-26 July 2017
07-09 August 2017
Payment: Paypal, Credit Card or by cheque payable to David Plummer to be made at time of booking.
Please post to: 8 Orchard Close, Small Dole, Henfield, West Sussex BN5 9YA
Booking: email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07957 484 737 or 01273 494 753 to book your place.