Winter birds on the Fleet

This workshop will last all day, starting half an hour before sunrise and finishing at sunset with a break for lunch. This will provide opertunities when the light will be at its best but all tide dependant. Run from October through to the End of March.

Species will include
Winter waders
Gulls
Geese
Oystercatches
Turnstones
Linnets
Stonechats
Godwits
 
Meeting place for this workshop will be the Chesil Beech Centre (pay and display car park), There are toilets here. There will be some walking and lying on the ground so a reasonsble level of fitness will be required.
Wellingtons and full waterproof clothing is essential on this workshop as we will be walking through water and lying on wet sand. Knee pads if you have them would also be useful. This workshop will look at compoistion, exposure for different lighting conditions, camera settings and fieldcraft will play a big part in this workshop.

What to bring
Wellingtons and full waterproof clothing. (no bright colours)
Appropriate clothing for winter and gloves
DLSR or Mirrorless camera, 500mm lens minimum,
Teleconverters
Spare fully charged batteries.
Tripod capable of ground level
A mat or plastic to lye on as the ground will be wet sand
A rain cover or plastic bag to cover equipment
Lunch and Drinks


This is a 1 to 1 workshop, £300 per person.

Steve Barrett (nature through the lens) excepts no liability for loss, damage to equipment or personal injury.
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