Wilder Youth | Wildlife Photography Workshop at The Wolseley Centre
It's back! This workshop was so well received in August, we're putting another one on. Once again, we've booked Ade Clarke, an incredible photographer, who is passionate about wildlife and based in the heart of our county.
Join us as we explore the beautiful grounds at The Wolseley Centre, capturing local wildlife at its best. The Wolseley Centre is home to many species, such wonderfully gnarled veteran trees, a variety of bird life, and of course some staple species such as squirrels, fungi and invertebrates.
We'll work with smart phones or any type of camera, learning how to get the most out of devices brought along, whilst building photography skills and gaining expert knowledge and tuition throughout the session.
Alexis Johnson, our Wilder Youth project lead, will host this session based at our headquarters: The Wolseley Centre, but she'll leave the photography lesson to Ade!
Refreshments and biscuits will be provided; we always cater for vegans and vegetarians, but do get in touch if you have any further dietary requirements.
Wilder Youth is a unique project, targeted at 16-24s who are keen to work together to make a positive change for wildlife in Staffordshire. Being an activist can be lonely work - so we're holding the space to provide training, venues, and guidance to bring you together! You'll be responsible for guiding the project...Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is just here to help.