The Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre is hosting a rare opportunity to meet the award-winning wildlife photographer and filmmaker Nick Upton, Thurs 24 Nov, 7pm. Free admission.
Nick will present his recent stills work documenting a range of major UK conservation projects and Wiltshire’s wildlife riches. He’ll showcase Beaver, Crane, Pine marten, Water vole and Harvest mouse reintroductions nationally and Wiltshire’s stunning flower meadows, rare butterflies, bats and the return of the Great Bustard.
Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber) being released back to the River Otter by Project Manager Mark Elliott of Devon Wildlife Trust and Julia Coats of the Animal and Plant Health Agency, after being checked for diseases, Devon, UK, March 2015. Model released.
Nick, who has worked with Sir David Attenborough and produced many films for the BBC and broadcasters worldwide, contributes photos and text to many books and magazines including BBC Wildlife, National Geographic and Wiltshire Life, and won the documentary category of the British Wildlife Photography Awards in 2014 and 2016.
Low wide angle close up of an adult male Great Bustard (Otis tarda) calling, with another flying in the background, part of a reintroduction project of birds from Russia, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, UK, September.
There will also be an opportunity to purchase card and print versions of Nick’s work.
The talk is free of charge and tickets are available by contacting email@example.com or 01249 705500. Booking is strongly advised.
Venue: Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre, Cocklebury Road, Chippenham, SN15 3QN. Free parking available on site.