The British Wildlife Centre is known for providing fabulous photographic conditions for shots that would take patience and lots of luck to achieve in the wild! Enthusiastic amateurs and professional photographers alike will find all they need to get the perfect wildlife image.

Photographic Days

Our special Photographic Days are held when we are closed to the public, offering the amateur photographer an opportunity to get really close to our animals.

Good vantage points combined with natural surroundings and a peaceful environment gives you every opportunity to achieve superb wildlife shots, and we can normally allow access inside some of the enclosures, including the foxes, otters and Scottish wildcats. more...

Photographic Workshops & Courses

We run a variety of photographic courses and workshops, many by professional wildlife photographers who offer expert knowledge and guidance on improving and perfecting your photography. more...

For a full list of our Photographic Days and Photographic Workshops please refer to the Photography Day Schedule.

Professional Film & Photography

Our facilities have been used by many professional wildlife photographers and film makers. Because we are not open to the public all year round, we can offer unrivalled access to the animals for filming. more...

BWC Native & Natural Photography Competition

The 2014 Native & Natural Photography Competition has been launched and the stunning results of the 2013 competition can be viewed. 
view competition details 


running wildcat

photography day with otters

Photo gallery

The photo gallery features pictures taken by amateur photographers on visits to the British Wildlife Centre.

If you've taken any photographs at the Centre that you're particularly proud of, then please email them to: liza@britishwildlifecentre.co.uk
and we'll display them in the Gallery.  Please send low resolution versions only.

view photo gallery.

Harvest Mouse by Ian Montague

Ian Montague 

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