Winter Wildlife 1

We’re into our season of Winter Wildlife photo-tours and I just thought I’d post a few shots from last week’s session. In the most part the weather was OK if not perfect and along with my co-guide Chris Gomersall, we kept everyone hard at it. Apologies to any of the group who have returned home suffering from an impoverished physical condition!

If you receive our monthly newsletter you’ll know that we’re presently looking into a refreshed range of tours for 2012 – both here in Scotland and to a few new locations such as Iceland, Netherlands and Lofotens (and it looks like we’ll be doing another Arctic Special to Svalbard in search of polar bears). All tours will be posted by the end of March – watch this space!

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4 thoughts on “Winter Wildlife 1

  1. As one of the guest on this trip. All i can say is what a week, To have the chance to photography crested tit, ptarmigan, mountain hare, red squirrel and red deer all with great backgrounds and all in only 6 days. And a big thank you has to go to peter and chris for all their
    hard work

  2. Looking good Peter!! Have just seen the photos from the last group and am looking forward to getting back up there with you guys next week…………..don’t let the snow disapear just yet!!

  3. Hi there! These images just make me want to return as soon as possible. đŸ™‚ It is now making a year since I have been there with Pete and all the “Portuguese toast monsters”, and it really seems that new things can and will be done. Hope next year the snow comes again and let me revisit some great spots, and try Halladale, that the huge snow didn’t allow us…
    Well, enjoying Nature as it is makes us want to be in constant touch with places, species, and keep trying over and over for some new, different and original work. And I honestly believe that the path is the one you are in, Pete.
    Just keep the good work!

    RĂºben Neves

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