White stork photography
at the Knepp Estate, Sussex
What should I expect?
You will have around three hours to photograph the storks during which time members of the White Stork Project Team will arrive to provide supplementary feeding which will bring the storks down to land directly in front of the hides. If you practice good hide discipline, it is highly likely that you will be able to photograph relaxed behaviour with storks perching on trees, feeding and in flight
David helped me get to grips with how to use my camera properly. And then set me up in a hide to photograph a whole range of woodland birds. I have terrible eyesight and to be able to see these beautiful birds so close up was quite emotional and magical for me – I had no idea what I was missing on my doorstep!Sarah Rothwell
Do I need to be an advanced photographer?
Some courses are specifically for beginners and other are more specialised for those with intermediate skills.
1 to 1 courses can be bespoke to cater for specific needs.
Most hides, do not require advanced skills, but this may depend on the shots you want.
Please note, hiring a hide set-up does not include supervision.
What are the terms and conditions?
It is assumed that you have read and agree with these terms and conditions at time of booking. And that you understand that by booking a wildlife hide, you are fully aware that there are no guarantees with wildlife. Read our T&Cs in full.