Wildshots of Scotland

Scottish wildlife photograpgy

50 Sponging Wildlife Charity’s Hate Shooting. 

The shooting industry (BASC this time): Heather burning good for biodiversity says study.
A consortium of 50+ environmental and wildlife NGOs in the State of Nature report (p26): ‘In large areas, uplands are also subject to burning rotations as part of grouse moor management. This can result in heather dominating blanket bogs and has greatly reduced the condition of internationally important sites.
And, of course, heather burning in the UK is being investigated by the European Commission after a complaint by the RSPB and the Ban the Burn campaigners in the CalderValley.


September 19, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Wildshots of Scotland

Wildshots of Scotland aim to provide both expert and amateur photographers with the ultimate Scottish photography holidays. DSCN0149

Your guide Andrew Richardson has a lifetimes experience as an amature wildlife photographer and naturalist.

Over the years he has built up a network of friends who own some of the hidden away gems of Scotland, many of these areas can only be accessed through special permission of the owners and to get the best photos 4×4 transport is essential

June 10, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment