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Water vole Ian Schofield Shutterstock

An exclusive photography workshop in a fantastic location famous for its water voles and a host of other wildlife. Practical tuition will be tailored to the needs of those attending and will be suitable for beginners. An ideal gift for those interested in wildlife and photography at any level. Leader: Experienced wildlife and environmental photographer Iain …

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Water vole Ian Schofield Shutterstock

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL. Please see our later dates or to be added to a waiting list please contact abby.sempleskipper@ptes.org An exclusive photography workshop in a fantastic location famous for its water voles and a host of other wildlife. Practical tuition will be tailored to the needs of those attending and will be suitable …

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water vole in pipe by Ian Schofield Shutterstock.com

Did you know that over the last century water voles have experienced the most severe decline of any wild mammal in the UK? In 2015, the People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) launched the first National Water Vole Monitoring Programme (NWVMP). Following two successful years, this May, PTES is once again calling for existing volunteers …

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Water vole by Iain Green

The results are in! We are delighted by the response to the first year of our National Water Vole Monitoring Programme, with 188 sites surveyed and data submitted online. This was well over our initial target to survey 100 sites in the first year, so a big thank you to everyone who took part and …

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