Farne Islands Wildlife Spectacular
- Farne Islands, Northumberland
- from £290.00 (see pricing table below)
Join us from the 15th to 17th June 2017 and 29th, 30th June and 1st July 2017 on an incredible photography trip to the Farne Islands, situated off the Northumberland coastline. This is one of the UK’s seabird photography hotspots, with over 20 species of seabird - including Guillemots, Razorbills, Kittiwakes, Fulmars, Shags, Arctic, Common and Sandwich Terns and over 90,000 Puffins! We also have the opportunity of photographing the Grey Seal colony and a chance of Minke Whale, Bottlenose Dolphin and Harbour Porpoise on our journey to and from the islands.
Trip Details: This workshop is ideal for those wanting to learn about camera techniques and pick up tips for capturing incredible wildlife images of some of our iconic seabird species. Our company takes pride in its quality of delivery, maximizing the group size to just 10 clients and delivering group and one-to-one tuition as required.
Trip Leaders: YCN guides Steve Race and Richard Baines.
Included: All boat fees, National Trust landing fees, tuition, guiding and evening lecture.
Not Included: Accommodation, meals, snacks and drinks, car park charges, insurance and camera equipment.
We recommend accommodation is booked within or close to Bamburgh, Seahouses or Beadnell. Upon booking we will send you a list of accommodation providers in this area.
Steve Race is our lead photographer at Yorkshire Coast Nature. From his start with a film camera in the early eighties right up to the digital era of today, Steve has acquired a great eye for wildlife photography. His passion for the natural world shines through on his workshops and tours with YCN. In 2013... Read More
Richard Baines Richard is an experienced ornithologist/ecologist who has been studying and working as a Nature Guide and in Wildlife Conservation for 30 years. From recording UK migrant birds as a volunteer for Flamborough Bird Observatory to monitoring Siberian migrants in China; he has become highly experienced in bird... Read More