Wildlife photographer Barbara Meyer has monitored native and introduced wildlife species in the wider Sherwood Forest area for more than 5 years. The talk about the wildlife in Sherwood Forest will provide the audience with an insight into what wildlife species, the trail cameras recorded plus observations in view of their behaviour and seasonal events. Furthermore, Barbara will also cover what problems wildlife faces in natural habitat areas like Sherwood Forest.
The talk is based on a film, including some of Barbara's own photography and of course some of the trail camera footage.Views: 1491 | Enquiries: 5
Barbara Meyer is a wildlife photographer, who dedicates her photography to help endangered big cat species in their fight for survival as well as to raise awareness for the situation of British wildlife, wildlife that lives around us. In this sense she has provided talks on big cats, British wildlife and wildlife conservation for well over 12 years.
Through her support of big cat conservation groups and work with zoos and wildlife parks as well as through research for publications like articles and booklets, Barbara has gained a good understanding about big cat species, issues for British wildlife and an insight into the conservation work that is done to help these species.
Based on this, Barbara offers a wide range of wildlife related talks from ‘Big Cats Around the Globe’, ‘Going on Safari in South Africa’, ‘Wildlife in Sherwood Forest’ to ‘Seals In Lincolnshire and Norfolk’. Most of the talks are aimed at interest groups of any kind, though there are also talks, which are more specific for camera clubs and photography societies, e.g. ’The Stories Behind Photos’.
Barbara provides talks across all counties in the East Midlands as well as in adjoining parts of Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire. Based on the COVID-19 situation, she now offers talks also online (she can host groups up to 99 participants via Zoom and is happy to work with groups via other platforms).
Furthermore, she may also be available at short notice if another speaker has to cancel his/her engagement or needs to reschedule.
Venue-based talks of up to one hour cost £80 (incl. travel expenses within a 40 miles radius of our base or respectively plus £15 for venues within a 65 miles radius). The fee for online talks for the same duration is £65,
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