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This Sunday evening at 7.30pm a very special event will be taking place at the Birnam Arts Centre, in aid of Loch of the Lowes and the Birnam Arts charity.
We are delighted to be joined by dolphin behavioural expert and renowned photographer Charlie Phillips.
Charlie, who is based near Inverness, works for Whale & Dolphin Conservation as their Adopt a Dolphin Field Officer. The waters of the Moray Firth are home to the UK’s only resident population of Bottlenose dolphins, many of whom have been identified as individuals through decades of research and observation. As well as being a brilliant wildlife and landscape photographer, Charlie is also an expert on bottlenose dolphin behaviour and each year communicates the incredible story of their lives to thousands of people of all ages. He’s just recently published a book entitled ‘On a Rising Tide’ – A photographic celebration of Britain’s largest Bottlenose Dolphins.
His talk of the same name will undoubtedly feature many of the amazing images contained within the book and signed copies will be available to purchase at the end of the evening.
Tickets are on sale now from the Birnam Arts Centre box office in person, by phone (01350 727674) or online. They are also available in person from Loch of the Lowes.
Priced at £10 Adults, £8 Concessions (Over 60’s, Disabled, Students, Unwaged), £5 U-16s
The evening is a joint fundraiser between Loch of the Lowes and Birnam Arts and we would like to express our gratitude to Charlie Phillips for generously donating his time free of charge in aid of the two charities.
You can find more information about Charlie on his website