This photography tour will begin at Kingston Gate outside Richmond Park. We will then walk towards the centre of the Park. I have excellent knowledge on the top spots to find rutting Red deer and Little owls. We will photograph the deer for 2 hours and will then visit a pond that hosts a variety of wildfowl and wetland birds. We will then look at an area of woodland that has Little owls and will slowly make our way back to Kingston Gate. How to get to Kingston Gate Richmond Park? The postcode is Kingston upon Thames KT2 7SP. If you are driving there is a car park on the right inside the Park. You can get the 57 bus from Kingston to Kingston Hospital and walk to the Park in 15 minutes.
Hello! My name is Dani and I am a local wildlife photographer. I have been photographing wildlife in London for ten years. I have a Bachelor of Science in Zoology and have lived in the rainforest and isolated islands studying wild animals, but London is definitely my favourite place to photograph wildlife! I have an excellent knowledge on various nature reserves in the City and will help you photograph as many species as possible! I have won 19 photography award recognitions from the London ZSL Photographer of the Year to the RSPCA Photographer of the Year.
Binoculars and wildlife identification guides for the day
This tour will take place in Richmond Park. Richmond Park is London's largest Royal Park and the largest urban park in Europe. It is a National Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest, of both national and international importance for wildlife conservation. I have been photographing wildlife in Richmond Park for ten years and am familiar with the Park and where best to find wildlife.
Red Deer and Wildlife Photography Tour