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Jasper Huitink : October 6th 2005 - 22:30 CET

Nikon teams up for Wildlife photography day


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NikonNikon teams up for Wildlife photography day : Nikon has teamed up with the London Wetland Centre to offer a special wildlife photography day at the London Wetland Centre on Saturday 3 September 2005. Budding photographers will be able to learn how to digiscope, the art of taking photographs with a telescope and digital camera. As part of the day’s activities, wildlife photographer Chris Packham will be giving a talk about his work as well as leading two special wildlife walks around the reserve. Nikon specialists will be on hand to answer questions about the latest equipment and showcase the Coolpix range, the latest consumer digital SLR cameras and also the recently launched compact fieldscope ED 50.
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Chris Packham will also be judging the digiscoping photographs taken on the London Wetland Centre’s ‘Watch the Birdie’ courses which have been running throughout the summer, sponsored by Nikon. The winner of the competition will receive a Nikon Coolpix camera and photographs will be displayed at the centre throughout the day. The day is free with the price of admission, but please call London Wetland Centre to reserve your place on Chris Packham’s talk and wildlife walk.

Wildlife photography day - Digiscoping
Stephanie Fudge, Centre Manager for the London Wetland Centre said, ‘Digiscoping courses have proved very popular throughout the summer. We are delighted that Nikon has supported these courses, and that Chris Packham has agreed to come to the centre to judge these photographs and to give tips on how to digiscope’

Wildlife day - Timetable
• 11am - 12pm Wildlife walk lead by Chris Packham
• 2pm - 3pm ‘The art of digiscoping’ talk by Chris Packham
• 3pm - Judging of ‘Watch the Birdie’ competition
• 3.30pm - 4.30pm Wildlife walk lead by Chris Packham

London Wetland Centre - Information
• The London Wetland Centre is open 7 days a week (except for 25th December) from 9.30am to 6pm (last admissions 5pm) in summer, 9.30am to 5pm (last admissions 4pm) in winter.
• Admissions charges: Adults £6.75 Concession £5.50 Child £4 Family £17.50
• Located in the heart of our capital city, the centre attracts more than 170 different bird species annually, some of which such as Gadwall and Shoveler are present in nationally important numbers. An increasing variety also breed at the centre, including Lapwing (a bird that has seen a 50% decline in numbers in the last decade alone), Reed and Sedge Warbler, Little-ringed Plover and Pochard. Recent rarities that have dropped in to the reserve include Grasshopper Warbler, Arctic Rern and Quail.
• The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust is the largest international wetland conservation charity in the UK. WWT’s mission is to conserve wetlands and their biodiversity - these are vitally important for the quality and maintenance of all life. WWT operates nine visitor centres in the UK, bringing people closer to wildlife.





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