The exhibition 'Clumber Park - A Wildlife Habitat' finished on 17 February 2018.
The framed photos from this exhibition are now available for sale via our Exhibition Portfolio.

Wildlife Photography Exhibition at Clumber Park

29th January 2018
Clumber Park is a popular destination for people to enjoy a walk, go cycling, horse riding or just to meet with friends. As a natural habitat area it is however also important from a wildlife perspective.



Wildlife photographer Barbara Meyer has monitored with the aid of trail cameras wildlife in Clumber Park over the past 18 months. Her exhibition at the Discovery Centre at Clumber Park will share some of the trail camera images from Barbara's survey as well as some of her British wildlife photography.



Barbara Meyer dedicates her work to raise awareness and funds for endangered big cat species and also for wildlife here in Britain. The exhibition 'Clumber Park - A Wildlife Habitat' will in this sense go beyond a normal photographic exhibition as it will provide also information on animal species and what we can do to help nature.

As part of the exhibition visitors will have also the chance to meet the photographer in person and to watch some of the trail camera footage, filmed by trail cameras in Clumber Park. Barbara will be at the exhibition at weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) to share information about the wildlife species, recorded as part of the survey, and her experience to monitor wildlife.

The exhibition
'Clumber Park - A Wildlife Habitat' will be at the
Discovery Centre at Clumber Park
from 1st until 17th February 2018 (10am - 4pm).

For further information please contact Barbara Meyer directly by e-mail: barbara@bigcatphotography.co.uk