Posts Tagged ‘golden eagle’

To add to the visit at the International Center for Birds of Prey, David Fox has asked that we mention the British Falconry Fair which will be taking place on the Bank Holiday weekend of  1st and 2nd of May

What’s on in 2011…

to include: Falconry Talks, Advice & Legal Information, Game Cooking Demos …and much more!

  • Continuous Arena Events
  • Stunning Falconry Flying Displays
  • Sporting & Wildlife Artists
  • Demonstrations of Working Dogs used in Falconry
  • Craft Fair
  • Major Exhibitions by National Countryside Organisations
  • Stickdressing (Show Monday)
  • Plummer Terrier Association Championship Stock Show
    (Registered only) (Sunday)
  • Invitation Beagle Show (Sunday)
  • Ferrets (Show Monday)
  • Licensed Bars & Catering
  • Children’s Quad Bikes, Bouncy Castle &
    HUGE Woodland Adventure Playground
  • Come Shopping At Over 200 Quality Trade Stands!
  • Discover the beauty of Ragley Hall and Gardens
  • Website

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A practice day of filming using Canon 7D and a Canon 550D

Photography Luke Saddler

The above image is of David McMahon Imaging Course Leader of the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging @The University of Nottingham, he is pictured holding a Golden eagle called Star, which belongs to Dr David Fox, Museum Curator, Natural History, School of Biology. On this day Luke Saddler and Steve Galloway were filming Star and two other Golden Eagles in flight @ Snake Pass using Canon 7D and Canon 550D. Alex Hyde was also at the location taking stills.

If you would like more details on how the filming went then contact either Luke or Steve @ The University of Nottingham, they would be more then happy to give you any advice  they can.

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Earlier this week, Dr David Fox brought his in his male golden eagle called star for the students to see. Next week the students from the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging course will be making a photographic visit to The International Bird Center in Newent, Glos. The center is run by  Jemima Parry-Jones MBE. visit their website

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