Wildlife Photography Workshops

Host Karen Miller is a professional wildlife photographer and guide.  Since moving to the Scottish Highlands in November 2019 the vast majority of her work has been undertaken locally due to Covid travel restrictions, however there's never been a shortage of subjects to photograph!  To see many more of Karen's images and read her wildlife photography journal visit her photography website.  Red squirrels and mountain hares are the two species Karen has spent the most time photographing, very different species but both wonderful, personable subjects.

It doesn't matter what level you are as a photographer, there should be a workshop to suit.  The Garden Bird Photography for Beginners and Intro to Wildlife Photography are especially suited to those with little experience.  All that's required is a camera!

If you are interested in joining Karen on one of her workshops please visit her photography website for more information.  

Some of the options are:

When you book your accommodation Karen will send out a pdf document with the workshops/tuition she is currently offering (subject to her availability).

Karen is also running a 3 day residential workshop "Red Squirrel Therapy"  This includes 3 nights accommodation, 3 mornings with red squirrels at my site and a site in the Cairngorms plus the option to photograph other species in the afternoons on Days 1 and 2.  Suitable for 1-2 people.  Can be booked any time there's availability in the cabin/I have the availability. 

Visitors to The Drey qualify for a 10% discount on all non-residential workshops, please check with Karen regarding her availability.

If you'd like to photograph any other species or would like a guide to take you to specific areas then please contact Karen to discuss - if she can help she will, or she can certainly give recommendations.

The gallery below includes images Karen has taken in the Highlands, many of them within walking distance of The Drey.  All images © Karen Miller

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In The Garden


When The Geese Fly Over


September Squirrels

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