August 2015

Wildlife Photography Talk by Andrew Kelly

Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland has invited one of Ireland’s foremost wildlife photographers to provide a Wildlife Photography Talk for the general public in Ashbourne Library, Co Meath, for Heritage Week on the 27th August 2015 at 7pm.


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photo © Andrew Kelly

Andrew will share his experiences of photographing wildlife, in particular native Irish wildlife. This is a wonderful opportunity for people who are interested in wildlife or photography or both to come and learn from an expert! The talk will last approximately one hour, and Andrew will be available to answer questions and chat afterwards to people about where to watch wildlife and more about the techniques involved in wildlife photography.

Andrew’s wildlife photographs give close up images that show the true beauty of our native wildlife.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland will also be at the talk to give advice to people as to who they can contact should they find any injured wildlife, and to let people know about the upcoming Irish Wildlife Crime Conference being held in Ashbourne in September this year.

The talk is free, but you’ll need to reserve your place, so please email to do so.
If you can make it along, it’d be great to see you there.


Andrew Kelly’s experience

Andrew has combined his lifelong passion for wildlife and conservation, with his photography to promote knowledge and understanding about the world we live in. He does voluntary work with several wildlife and conservation groups in Ireland.
Andrew has had four photography exhibitions, two on wildlife photography, one on world cultures and one on Wake County, North Carolina. Andrew’s photography has been published in a number of books, a selection of Irish Magazines and on the BBC. In 2010 and 2011 Andrew won the Irish Photographic Federation (IPF) Nature Competition Best Mammal category. Also in 2010, Andrew won ‘Photographer of the Year 2010’, from Magazines Ireland, the group that represents 110 Irish Magazines.
Andrew Kelly’s photography can be viewed at his website




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