Somerset Wildlife Photography

Wildlife Photography in Somerset, Wildlife Identification Charts, 
Days out in Somerset, Bristol & Avon Nature Reserves,,
Wildlife Gardening Advice & Blog, Talks &  Presentations, 
School Wildlife Projects, Framed Prints, Bispoke Cards & Gifts 

Presentations and Talks - wildlife garden/wildlife

If you like what you have seen so far or you are interested to find out more about the county of Somerset or maybe keen to hear how you can garden for wildlife yourself, then why not book a presentation for your own group or organisation.

I can offer set presentations as described below or can make a bespoke presentation to meet your own requirements or needs.

Having already gained practical experience of working in schools on wildlife projects and presentations I can offer wildlife inputs as shown below or make a bespoke presentation to meet your schools requirements or curriculum.

To book a presentation or to find out more about a bespoke service to suit your own needs please contact me through my contacts page or the form at the bottom of this page. Please leave your full contact details so that I can get back to you and talk through your requirements with you.

Wildlife Gardening Presentations



Nature as your Neighbour is a presentation about how I developed my own garden for wildlife and gives general wildlife gardening tips and advice.

All pictures within this presentation have been taken in my own garden and feature a wide variety of wildlife.
Features talked about include, how to provide food and shelter and the use of water within the wildlife garden.
Running time is approximately 45minutes with as long as required after to answer questions and discuss any issues raised. I allow enough time to ensure that the session isn't rushed although timings can be adjusted to suit your requirements.



This presentation runs for approx 50-60mins

Doorstep Wildlife and Beyond the Garden Gate...



An insight into wildlife in North Somerset on my local patch. I show what we can see on my patch and why it's good to know your own local patch. I share my concerns and fears for the future of local wildlife and explain how we can all to help support it. We also look at our own gardens and how we can all make small changes for huge benefits for local wildlife by linking with the wider landscape.




This presentation runs for approx 50-60mins

A Moth-Man's Tales



A Moth-Man’s Tales is an introduction to moths, showing the importance of these fascinating insects. It also gives tips on what to plant to encourage moths into your own garden.





This presentation runs for approx 45mins

Presentations for Schools

School Wildlife is an interactive presentation featuring lots of pictures that whiz onto screen to make montages of different species of the same animal, bird or insect.
There are questions asked for children to guess the number of certain British species and the presentation is designed to fully engage the children who are encouraged to shout out answers and get involved in the presentation whilst learning about the wildlife.
Although my current version has been designed for junior school aged children this is a highly adaptable presentation that can be changed to suit your school's needs.
Running time is fully flexible to fit in with your time scale or lesson plan.
Contact me below for more details.

General Wildlife Presentations

The Wildlife of North Somerset is a general presentation that features a wide variety of animals, birds and insects that make up the diverse county of North Somerset. The presentation features heavily the North Somerset Levels at Kenn Moor and surrounding area. The mighty Bristol Channel often turns up some surprise wildlife and viewers are treated at a look at some of the common and rarer inhabitants and visitors to this often overlooked county.
Conservation features heavily in the county with some wonderful locations to see a variety of butterflies and moths and you never quite know what might turn up!
Running time is approximately 40 minutes but again can be adapted to suit.
Where to Watch Wildlife in Somerset offers the viewer a look at a number of locations within Somerset that offer real opportunities to see some wonderful wildlife. The presentation uses landscape and wildlife pictures to take you to the location and give you a glimpse of the magical county of Somerset and may be just enough to wet your appetite!
The presentation will show the diversity of the Bristol Channel where many birds overwinter and then transports you to the very top of the Mendip Hills to look at rare butterflies among much more! The viewer is taken to the seaside and then into Goblin comb where we find a magical butterfly field, down to the Somerset levels to look for Bittern and Great White Egret then to the overlooked North Somerset Levels plus much more! Running time is approximately 45 minutes with plenty of time for questions after.
For more information please contact me at: higgy@somersetwildlifephotography.com