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.

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?Read More


New website!

10/01/2014
A new website!

We’ve redesigned our website in conjunction with webbrewers to catch up with the 21st century! this makes the site easier to navigate especially on mobile and tablet devices.

We also added some other cool features

  • Easier navigation
  • More photos
  • More galleries
  • Available from tablet, mobile and touch
  • Touch and Swipe sensitive
  • Client testimonials (coming soon)

Thank you for stopping by and we hope to add more soon.


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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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