Scottish Winter wildlife

One of my most popular destinations, photo tuition days in The Cairngorms in winter can be tailor made for your skill set and are aimed at helping you get the best shots you can of some of the superb Scottish winter wildlife. These include Mountain hare, Red deer, Crested tit, Ptarmigan and red squirrel . Based near Aviemore we can also help you with accommodation. Prices start at £180 per day.

This year 2020 we are anticipating potential travel restrictions due to the Corona virus and any bookings will be with this in mind We may in theory otherwise be able to continue our trips with due concern and observance of any government recommendations, It may be possible to do one on one trips where we maintain social distancing, travelling separately etc The situation changes daily but we look forward to a time when we can resume as normal!

We will be taking you to see these iconic species , in some fantastic locations. Mountain hares and Ptarmigan require some physical fitness to actually get close to these species in their mountain habitat. Other species such as the red squirrels crested tit and red deer are more easily accessible and we can help accommodate if you are disabled or have limited walking capabilities. All ranges of photography experience are catered for  if you are a professional or have just bought your first digital camera we can help you get the best from your equipment.

We usually have some availability in a very comfortable and well equipped cosy cottage where you can stay with us on a self catering basis. (With excellent pub food available close by!)


Now booking  : (December 2020 to March 2021) so please contact me ASAP if you would like to book (3 day trips recommended to get the best opportunities and weather conditions)! Contact me here for availability:

Check my blog for more on last  winters Wildlife  Photography guided trips with Mountain hares.

Also see what previous clients have said about our winter wildlife photography trips: What they say.


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