Members Meeting - April

We are delighted that Andy Sands, renowned Wildlife Photographer is the speaker at our next Members Meeting. Join us at 7.30pm on Tuesday 17th April. Members FREE Admission: Non-Members £3 payable at the door.
Room A161, Lindop Building, at the University of Hertfordshire, College Lane Campus, Hatfield.

"Secret Britain - A photographic journey through nature" 

The following images give a taste of what is in store for us:

Wildlife photographer Andy Sands will take you on a photographic journey through the various and somewhat strange habitats of the British Isles. Focussing on the more elusive, rare and extremely small creatures that can be found amongst the British flora and fauna.

The interesting talk gives insight into the elusive and often intricate lives of tiny insects, rarely seen nocturnal mammals, as well as rare and less often seen birds. The photographic images will be accompanied by an informative commentary given by Andy Sands, as well as occasional sounds bites from the natural world.

Andy’s interest into Natural history is life-long, he has always been fascinated with insects, birds and mammals and the environment in which they live. After leaving school (some years ago!) he took a job in a camera shop and bought his first SLR camera. Naturally Andy started to photograph the things that interested him - wildlife.

Over the years his then hobby, photography, has grown into much more serious passion. Not only does Andy now own and run his own photographic shop, but he is still an avid watcher of wildlife, and always with camera in hand. Andy has had several exhibitions of his work, and his pictures are now marketed via the Nature Picture Library you will find that his work is widely published.

This lecture is open to all HVA members and is free to enjoy, for non-members there is a small fee of £3 payable on the door, this allows you to enjoy an interesting and insightful lecture by one of the counties leading wildlife photographers. The evening also includes light refreshments – what better way could there be to enjoy a cultural evening?

Doors open at 7pm for a &.30pm start at The University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield – room A161 in the Lindop Building.