As we take the time to adjust to the strange new world in which we now live, we have had to review our trips and how we operate them in order to minimise the risks that Coronavirus poses. We hope that you will understand why, at the moment, it is just not possible for us to provide transport for our trips and we have taken the view that we will stop providing food on our full day trips, to avoid the risk of transmission. In fact, we have decided that we shall review our trips so that they are shorter trips, based around a small geographical area (Lindisfarne, Druridge Bay or Otter mini-Safari), where transport is not provided. Each trip will be 2 – 3 hours in length and will be available to no more than three households, and in any event not more than six people, on any date. You can find out about our trips here. You can read our COVID19 statement here to find out more about how we are operating to reduce the risk of transmission of coronavirus.
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Have a great time admiring our wonderful landscapes and wildlife
If you and your group are interested in wildlife then all of our locations offer some great wildlife watching, whether that be birds, insects, plants or mammals. Our expert guide will be able to talk you through the wildlife that can be seen, offering identification and observation tips at a gentle pace on your trip. Bring your own binoculars and telescope if you have them to get the best views!
With the advent of digital photography, stunning images are now within the reach of nearly everyone. If you're unsure about how to use your equipment to your best advantage, or you just need the reassurance of an experienced photographer to guide you towards even better images, then a Northern Experience Photography workshop is just what you need. Whether you want to capture stunning coastal landscapes, close-up images of insects and flowers or improve your bird and nature photography, we can help you with that aim on any of our trips.
With a tutor who is an experienced photographer, teacher and wildlife guide you'll be in good hands. Martin has had bird and landscape images published in magazines such as Birdwatch and Birding World and spends most of his 'spare' time out in the field with his camera.