Interested in wildlife and photography?
Well, if you are, you may be pleased to hear we just have a couple of places still available on the Wildlife Photography course this forthcoming weekend – but to take opportunity you will have to be quick!
As previously, this second course promises a wonderful opportunity for amateur photographers to learn new skills from Professional wildlife photographer Chris Mattison, and to also photograph some of the rarest frogs from the museum’s live collection.
We look forward to welcoming all on the course this Saturday, but are also looking forward to meeting Darron Matthews, who won a place on the course as part of The World Through Your Eyes Photography competition. So far, over £2,000 has been raised for The Princes Trust.
Apart from the winning wildlife picture, Darron also submitted the superb photo of a german wasp and mites (above). He is an amateur photographer from Staffordshire who specialises in the photography of insects, spiders and minibeasts in general. However, this weekend Darron will photographing our rare and endangered amphibians.
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