Adventures In Photographing England's Urban Wildlife
As a kid, wildlife cameraman Bertie Gregory preferred to spend his time looking at wildlife through his camera lens and learning how to get close to different animal species. When he was 17 years old, he got his first big break as a photographer when he was asked to photograph urban wildlife in Britain as a part of the 2020Vision project. Initially disappointed in his assignment and wishing he could photograph "more exciting" wildlife, Gregory soon realised that you can have a wildlife experience in the city that is just as exciting as anywhere else. He takes the stage to share his love for peregrine falcons and stories from his time photographing animals in the urban jungle.
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