Wildlife Photography Farne Islands
Wildlife Photography Tips
The Iconic shot! In this video, I capture one of Wildlife’s most Iconic Shots, THE PUFFIN & FISH
WATCH THE VIDEO and exactly how I’ve captured all of these wonderful wildlife pictures. I offer tips on how, when and where
This week I ventured to Seahouses which is a small fishing village situated in Northumberland National Park on Englands North East Coast. Seahouses is a gateway to the Farne Islands. There are many boating companies that offer trips to witness the magnificence of the Islands from the various coastlines. You can even land on a couple for the Islands too.
Wildlife Photography Farne Islands – This time is very special for enthusiasts of the beautifully coloured bird that is the Puffin! In July their single egg has hatched and the chick needs feeding. Both the male and female puffin take turns bringing fish. The adults feed the chick fish for approximately 45 days. If you want to capture the iconic Puffin shot with the fish in its beak, you better be quick!
This is where the boat companies come into their own. They offer special trips to the Farne Islands for photographers and Wildlife enthusiasts alike.
I’m a frequent user of one such company which I can’t recommend highly enough. “Serenity Farne Islands Boat Tours” (https://tinyurl.com/yc5vdbbx) I know the skipper Andrew quite well. He and his staff are very informative and I guarantee you won’t be disappointed with your trip.
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