Nature's Home columnist and award-winning photographer Ben Andrew will be teaming up with Hurtigruten, the RSPB’s partners in saving species like the Albatross, as they host a photography workshop  here at RSPB Pulborough Brooks this March.

Ben came to visit the reserve last year to photograph our wonderful nightingales...

Ben Andrew (rspb-images.com)

Whilst the nightingales won't be back in England by March, there will be plenty of other wildlife to see as you explore the reserve with Ben and a member of the Pulborough Brooks team.  You’ll be in a small group of up to 15, and you'll be receiving 1:1 tuition from Ben on making the best use of your camera and how to compose beautiful and creative photographs.

These sessions will also include a special presentation from Hurtigruten.

Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided and please wear suitable outdoor clothing.

To book your space, or ask a question, please e-mail: uk.events@hurtigruten.com. Please note, spaces are limited and are available on a first come, first served basis.

There will be two sessions on Saturday 9th March 2019, the first starting at 10.00, followed by a second at 13.30 - with 50% of the spaces gone already, be sure to make your booking soon!

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