Kingfisher Photography Workshop


Wednesday 17th April FULLY BOOKED

Friday 17th May FULLY BOOKED

Tuesday 21st May FULLY BOOKED

Friday 14th June FULLY BOOKED

Friday 19th July FULLY BOOKED

Friday 30th August

Friday 27th September

Friday 18th October

Friday 6th December


Near Market Drayton

North Shropshire

8am meet

Group size

Maximum of 4


£195 for the day

Kingfisher Photography Workshop

Situated in a beautiful Estate Parkland beside a lake, near the town of Market Drayton, North Shropshire.

The Kingfisher hide is an easy 5 minute walk from the car park beside the Estate Lake. The hide is heated, with close by toilet facilities, and is equipped with gimbal heads on plates, and double beanbags. With comfortable seating, hooks for your coats and bags and even mobile phone charging, your every comfort is catered for.

The hide is designed to give you the opportunity of photographing Kingfishers both perched and diving.

But also from the hide you will be able to see and photograph lots of waterfowl such as Swans, Coots, various Ducks, and Little Grebe

You will need boots as sometimes it can be a it muddy underfoot, Warm clothing and a flask of something warm is recommended.

You’ll need a lens in the 300mm- 600mm range for perched shots, please remember spare batteries and memory cards.

For the diving shots you will need a wireless remote or a 5m wired, waterproof camera cover and a lens that will shoot in the range of 100mm full frame, or around 65mm on a crop sensor, and a camera body with a decent frame rate to improve your chances.

For the full duration of the day Gary will be with you to advise, help you achieve the best possible shots, helping with composition, technique and settings etc.


What is included

  • hide hire for the full day
  • Guiding and Tuition by Gary all day

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