At the Barnsley Photo Club the members have a variety of different topics of photographic interest, one of which is wildlife photography a particular favourite of many of the members. Here is a little insight of what can be not only achieved but experienced in the world of wildlife photography; it’s a mixture of technical ability and having some knowledge of the subject you want to get a photograph of, and the unpredictability that comes hand in hand with wildlife photography. Mini meets are organised on a regular basis to nature reserves and wildlife sites across the country, examples of these have been Donna Nook for the grey seals, Bempton Cliffs for gannets, puffins etc. Other places include Yorkshire Wildlife Trust sites like Potteric Carr for kingfishers, great spotted woodpeckers, and even the chance of getting a shot of grass snakes, another site to visit is Brockadale with its fields and meadows which are home to many species of butterfly like the Brimstone, Comma and Marbled White. We also have guest speakers at our meetings to talk about there experiences of wildlife and tips of when where and how to get shots of the wildlife around, if this window of photography appeals to you then come along and join us at Barnsley Photo Club.