Interesting Links

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Here are a few links that some of you may find of interest. They include sites and locations I have visited over the past few years, along with websites of fellow photographers that I admire greatly.




Neil Neville's Little Owl hide is based in South Buckinghamshire and I Highly Recommend a visit to this superb site. These charismatic birds of prey never disappoint and for the past few years have been one of my favourite avian subjects. Neil, a fellow wildlife photographer and personal friend is both welcoming and helpful to all...A days photography not to be missed.





In my personal opinion Jess Stanley is Dorset's finest pet and wildlife artist, her work is truly remarkable and her talent is endless. Every hair and expression is hand drawn to perfection, creating that perfect work of art that would grace the wall of any household. Her work is sold worldwide, but is always available for commisioned work providing you don't mind waiting for your own personal masterpiece.


Jess can be contacted by clicking the image on the left..



More of my work and personal portfolio on the 500px photography website.      

Moors Vale Lodge


If you are looking for somewhere to stay during your visit to our harvest mice workshops, then we can HIGHLY RECOMMEND Moors Vale Lodge. Located in the village of West Moors, nr Ferndown and only a 5 minute drive to the meeting point for your harvest mouse session.

Moors Vale Lodge is a small friendly, family run B&B with excellent reviews on Tripadvisor and many of our previous customers rate this as EXCELLENT for cleanliness, food and hospitality. When booking please state that you are attending the Windows on Wildlife photography workshops to claim your discount from the hosts Rex and Louise.

PLEASE click the image on the left for more information on this excellent guesthouse.



The Farm has always been a haven for wildlife and since we took the decision to prioritise the Wildlife on the farm, the change has been better than we could ever have imagined. The Farm is predominantly organic meadow and ponds.      

Skomer is an enchanting island with just about everything an island nature reserve should include. It is the second largest island in Wales, after Anglesey, and one of the most important wildlife sites in Europe. Skomer lies just off the Pembrokeshire coast, separated from the mainland by the turbulent waters of the Jack Sound      


We are a conservation charity and award winning visitor centre that has for many years worked in the fields of conservation, education, rehabilitation and the research of birds of prey.      



Diverse habitats & wildlife, including a red squirrel population. The reserve is leased from the National Trust, situated in Poole Harbour with a large sheltered lagoon; particularly important for over wintering & summer breeding birds. A day spent exploring its flooded woodland, lakes, reedbed & pine woods is unlikely to disappoint.


Sue Fulton focuses on fine art photography and digital artistry. An incredibly talented lady who's work speaks for itself and if anyone is requiring that special pet portrait, this is certainly a website you should be viewing.



Jayne Bond is a very talented photographer and over the past couple of years has also become a very good friend. She covers all genres of photography and even dabbles in art. Please visit her website by clicking on her link and learn more about Jayne and her love of photography.

"International Wildlife Photographer and author, Brian Pettit, offers a range of over 40 Multi-media Wildlife presentations. Subjects covered include Mammals, Reptiles, Birds, Plants, Invertebrates and their respective habitats from a variety of locations including Europe, The Falkland Islands, Africa, the Galapagos, Scotland, England and Wales."      

About Natural Wonders Photography:

From the absolute beginner to experienced amateurs and professionals, we specialise in photographic tours to destinations in the UK and overseas for wildlife, nature and landscape photography.

Natural Wonders Photography provides the opportunity for everyone from complete beginners to professionals to experience the wonders of the natural world in many different locations in the UK and overseas.  Our group sizes are always small so that maximum time is spent taking photographs without getting in each other’s way!   This also allows our experienced tutors to be there when you need us to help you with your photography. You will also get from each trip exactly what you require.

All locations are chosen to enable you, the client, to obtain great images from the best possible position and settings. In many cases, we have exclusive access, where the general public cannot go.

You do not need expensive camera equipment.  You do need a sense of humour!  If you have both you will enjoy your tour and take away memories that will last for a very long time.

We aim for each trip to be an amazing experience for all of you, which is why we have spent time carefully planning the minute details of each one.   We also offer one to ones. Please just ask for details.

We are keenly aware that we have to respond to local conditions and adapt itineraries to make the most of opportunities.

Flights are not included in our tour prices but we will always provide information on recommended flights, times and routes.





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