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Red Grouse Workshop

Lammermuir Hills Scottish Borders

One to One or One to Two full or half days

One to One full day £150  –  One to One half day £75

 One to Two full day £80 per person – One to Two half day £45 per person

Dates to suit, mid-week or weekends

 

All levels of experience and ability welcome
Come and photograph the iconic red grouse on the Lammermuir Hills in the Borders Region of Scotland. I have been photographing these remarkable birds on these hills for nearly fifteen years and can offer an insight into their habits and behavioural activities
These iconic moorland birds make their home on the heather moorland and are very good at blending into this upland habitat. They feed on the tender shoots from the young heather plants that are spread all across these Scottish uplands.
Equipment needed
You will need to bring your own photographic equipment, a 500mm lens is ideal but a 300mm with converters also good. 100 – 400mm zoom lenses are good.  The Lammermuir Hills landscape may present you with opportunities for landscape photography, so if you have a wide angle lens then this would also give you a chance to capture some beautiful landscape images.

 

The cost of a One to One workshop – full day £150 – One to One-half day £75
One to Two full-day – £80 per person –  One to Two half-day £45 per person
A 50% non-refundable deposit is required to hold the booking,
The reservation is only made when the deposit has been received from you and the booking confirmed via email from
Ron McCombe Wildlife Photography.
Deposits paid are not refundable, balance for the workshop is due one month before the start date of the workshop.
Unless notice of cancellation is received before the balance payment date, the balance will remain payable and due.
Please see our Terms & Conditions

 

Deposits paid are not refundable, balance for the workshop is due one month before the start date of the workshop. Unless notice of cancellation is received before the balance payment date, the balance will remain payable and due. It is advised that you take out travel insurance to cover your cost in case of sickness and unforeseen eventualities.

Please see our Terms & Conditions

Equipment

Prime lenses are ideal, 400mm, 500mm and good sizes, 300mm with a teleconverter would also be a good size. Zoom lenses 100 – 400 etc. are a good size. A large bean bag and tripod are useful. Subdued or camouflage clothing is a must, a waterproof jacket and trousers. Spare batteries, and CF cards.

There are more images of the Red Grouse Here

 

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