Skye Eagles and Landscapes
A week on the Isle of Skye photographing the fantastic landscape as well as boat trips from Portree to see the beautiful White Tailed Sea Eagles.
These birds are magnificent, with an 8-foot wingspan they are the UK’s largest bird of prey and are truly astounding to watch. Having been hunted to extinction in the UK they were reintroduced in the 1970s and now thrive in the Highlands of Scotland.
I have teamed up with professional wildlife photographer Alan Hewitt for this trip, Alan is a fantastic tutor and his knowledge of both wildlife and fieldcraft is invaluable. We’ve run plenty of trips together in the past and you’re guaranteed a laugh and more importantly will gain the knowledge and skills to help you on your journey.
Throughout the week we’ll make best use of the light, planning out our itinerary day to day according to the conditions. I’ve enough trips and knowledge of Skye under my belt to get you to the best places at the right time, making sure you get the shots you’re after!
We use Allt Dearg Cottage as our accommodation, owned by Bill and Dierdre of >Glendrynoch Cottages<
Allt Dearg cottage is situated at the foot of the Black Cuillins and within easy driving distance of all the places we will visit. It does also have a reasonable internet connection.
With 1 x single, 2 x twin and 1 triple room there will be some same sex sharing however the rooms are all large and comfortable!
There’s plenty of cafe’s dotted around, there’s a couple of decent chip shops too. We’ll provide all the essentials for the trip too I.E bread, milk, butter, cereal etc
Note: The payment options for this trip are flexible, so as long as your balance is cleared in full by no later than 6 weeks before the trip you can pay as little or as much as you want each month after your initial deposit! If you’d prefer to pay the balance in full at the time of booking instead, please get in touch!
If you’d like more information please feel free to get in touch via email or phone.
If you’d like to read a blog from a previous trip please click > here <