الخيارات الثنائية الموالية إشارات erfahrungen ebirder is a small, specialist photography company run by Marcus Conway. He has been running photography tours since 2005 across the Scottish Highlands and Islands

In 2012 he was awarded Scottish Nature Photographer of the Year

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Winner in the Scottish Nature Photography Awards

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Photographing Ptarmigan in Scotland – when to stop…

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Off to Africa… again

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Outer Hebrides. Is this the best place for Short Eared Owl photography?

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Mountain Hare in the Cairngorms

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Mull bird photography 2016

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Best Africa Wildlife Photography Safari

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2016 Wildlife Photography Holidays in Scotland – dates announced.

February 10, 2015 Please find below the 2016 dates for our most popular Wildlife Photography Holidays in Scotland. Wildlife Photog

Winter Wildlife Photography Holidays in Scotland are well underway

February 09, 2015 Well we are are now half way through February and having guided over 20 people on our Wildlife Photography Holi

Winner in the Scottish Nature Photography Awards

I'm delighted to be awarded second in this years Scottish Nature Photography Awards! (Scottish Wildlife Behaviour Category). "Every year I spend May and June on Scotland's remotest islands observing Short Eared Owls. They are very addictive. Over the days and weeks it is possible to get to know individual owl families such s this mother who distinctively only has one eye. In spite of this obvious disadvantage she has raised chicks in three consecutive, apparently without the help of another adult bird. Photographing a food pass between adult and chick is difficult. Once the chicks are at the size they...

Photographing Ptarmigan in Scotland – when to stop…

Before I moved to Scotland, more than 10 years ago now, I really, really wanted to know where was the best place for photographing Ptarmigan? Since that day I've tried to help others by writing the guide on how to photograph Ptarmigan. My first trip took me up Carn Ban More on a beautiful day in June. Dotterel were singing and, after what felt like an eternity, I finally stumbled over some Ptarmigan. I think I spent about 30 minutes getting some shots before starting the long trip down. Now, with more experience, I would know to spend three or four...

Off to Africa… again

I've just booked my fifth trip to Africa. Whilst I love Scotland as one the best places to photograph birds and wildlife I have to say Africa is my favourite place on earth. The opportunities to photograph birds, wildlife and landscapes are truly off the chart. I guess one of the most fun things is having to think about how to take shots of large animals that are close. I found my first trip very eye opening. The other thing that's striking is how the minds focus shifts on geography. In the Uk photographing Hares (Mountain or Brown) is quite a big...

Outer Hebrides. Is this the best place for Short Eared Owl photography?

I've now been to the Outer Hebrides in spring for the last five years. Originally I thought of running a tour for Corncrake photography boosted with the 'fill in' commoner waders like Redshank, Snipe, Lapwing, Dunlin and Oystercatcher. On one trip, several years ago, spring had come really early and the Corncrake had finished - what were we to do? Well the question answered itself. On the first night of the tour we came across some Short Eared Owl chicks (from the vehicle to avoid disturbance) and followed them for a week (from the vehicle) as they were fed and...