LIGHT AND INFORMATIVE ILLUSTRATED WILDLIFE TALKS
All of my talks are illustrated by my own photography and can be varied in duration and commentary to suit the individual audience. I bring all of my own projection equipment including laptop and projector but would appreciate the use of a 6' screen or larger if there is one in the hall. However, if necessary, I can bring a 6' screen with me.
Because of the Covid 19 situation I am now giving talks via Zoom too. Consequently I am having to re-jig each talk and will soon have them all ready for Zoom presentations. Talks via the internet will come with a standard timing of 35 minutes first half, an interval of about 7 minutes (when I will show a series of pictures to keep the audience entertained) and then complete the talk with a further 20 minutes or so. There will then be time at the end for questions. For Zoom talks, the fee is a very reasonable £50.
I have nearly a dozen talks from various parts of the World. To see further details of any talk, click on the title below:-
To book a talk please send an email via my Contact Me page ideally with a selection of dates (I often get booked up 15 - 24 months in advance) and I will see if I am free on the date(s) you offer. Also, please bear in mind that for the talks in person, I only give them from the beginning of September through to the end of March each 'winter season' and the venue should be within one hours drive from Ringwood in Hampshire. My fees are adjusted to suit length of journey from Ringwood and how long you want me to talk for.
I look forward to hearing from you.
A couple of comments regarding my talks are as follows:-
"Thank you once again for a wonderful presentation on Scottish Wildlife. We very much enjoyed your anecdotes and superb photos ….." Portsmouth RSPB Group.
"Thank you for your most interesting & entertaining talk. Everyone enjoyed it & we have had lots of excellent comments & feedback. We note that you do other talks & we would certainly like to invite you back for our next season." East Dorset National Trust Association.