Photography / Wildlife Talks

I present various illustrated Wildlife talks to Photographic / Camera Clubs and Societies, along with other organisations.

My home is in Stafford, UK. I can do face-to-face Talks (Covid willing), and Zoom / Remote Talks.

My Talks are listed with the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB), Midland Counties Photographic Federation (MCPF), the Welsh Photographic Federation (WPF) and the Zoom Register.

For face-face talks I charge PAGB rates.

I do not charge for Zoom / Remote talks, but a donation to the Ol Pejeta Conservancy (Ol Pejeta Conservancy on Facebook) would be appreciated.
UK Donations can be made using Credit/Debit Card or PayPal Here.  If anyone is interested in learning more about Ol Pejeta, they can register for updates Here.

 

Talks can be created to suit an organisation's requirements for both content and length.

 

Wildlife Talks

Kenya Photo Safari

You Look Tasty

This illustrated wildlife talk has a large number of images showing many different species in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Samburu, Lake Nakuru, Lake Bogoria and the Masai Mara National Parks, including Wildebeest crossing the Mara River.

Format: 1920x1080 (HD 1080P).  Content: Still Images only.  Approx. Running Time: 90 minutes plus any break required.

The Ol Pejeta Conservancy 2017

Northern White Rhino

This illustrated wildlife talk has a large number of images, along with a few video clips, showing many different species of animals and birds in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, including some animal behaviour, along with some information about the conservancy.

Format: 1920x1080 (HD 1080P).  Content: Still Images and Video Clips.  Approx. Running Time: 95 minutes plus any break required.

The Wildlife and Work of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy talk 1 (2018)

Collared Lioness

This illustrated wildlife talk has a large number of images, along with a collection of video clips, showing many different species of animals and birds in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, including animal behaviour and information about the conservancy.

Format: 1920x1080 (HD 1080P).  Content: Still Images and Video Clips.  Approx. Running Time: 100 minutes plus any break required.

The Wildlife and Work of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy talk 2 (2019)

Cute Baby Chimp

This illustrated wildlife talk has a large number of images and video clips, showing many different species of animals and birds in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, including animal behaviour and information about the conservancy.

Format: 1920x1080 (HD 1080P).  Content: Still Images and Video Clips.  Approx. Running Time: 95 minutes plus any break required.

Feedback from Camera Clubs

Just a note to thank you for a wonderful night. Your images were superb, and also the depth of your knowledge is amazing. The relaxed style was also really entertaining. The members have said what great night it was. Also the work of the conservancy is brilliant in helping endangered wild life to survive and live on.

 

Glyn Edmunds' talk on 'The Wildlife and Work of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy' turned out to be a fascinating evening for us and a little different from the presentations we usually receive, not just because our presenter was delivering his talk via Zoom and not actually in the same room as the audience, but because the whole thing was really a documentary of his time and activities with the Conservancy.
Glyn gave us many accounts of his experiences with the animals, including some touching stories about their lives which included an injured lion and a chain-smoking chimpanzee – to list but two.
His photographs of the wildlife within Ol Pejeta – many types of birds, but especially of the elephants, giraffes and rhinos – were not only of exceptional quality, but were clearly taken with insight, knowledge and familiarity.
Overall it was a great opportunity to look at what is being done to save the wildlife and communities in a part of Kenya and was a totally fascinating presentation.
If any clubs out there are looking for a first rate presentation, that is both informative and entertaining, then look no further than 'The Wildlife and Work of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy' by Glyn Edmunds.

 

I always wait a couple of days to email our thanks so that I can gather a few comments to pass on to you. This is what our members had to say:
I thought that it was brilliant! Not just the images (which were stunning, and make me want to give up any wildlife photography ambitions I might have had) but the background stories too. I really enjoyed the description of the work of the Conservancy, and shared the horror of seeing rhinos killed for profit.
Really good talk - my favourite so far.
I enjoyed it greatly, in fact the first time I've very really considered that sort of experience.
The standard of his photos was consistently excellent.
What also made it good was his knowledgeable and clearly connected commentary.
I thoroughly enjoyed the presentation, very quickly it became apparent that here was someone, very knowledgeable and quietly enthusiastic by the whole operation in which he and his wife are engaged. Some images and the stories behind them were quite moving.
From me personally Glyn, I really enjoyed your presentation. Elephants are my absolute favourite animal too - I even have one tattooed on my back! I was lucky enough to visit Kenya about 25 years ago, we did a safari then spent a week at the most beautiful beach hotel. It is simply the best place I have ever been in my life and I really hope to go back one day. Your photos brought back some wonderful memories of a very special place.
I have put you on my 'excellent' list and hope we might be able to bother you to return to us in a few months time for another of your talks maybe?

 

Our club really did enjoy your presentation about the wildlife and work of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. Lots of fascinating insights into the animals and their behaviour. I thought I had a fair knowledge of wildlife but I learned a few things last night.

 

Many thanks to Glyn Edmunds for a fascinating talk at our club last night all about the Ol Pejeta Conservancy. I have had a lot of feedback from members with particular praise about the insight he gave into the body language and general behaviour of the animals. Something that elevated his talk from a selection of images to a real story of their lives and the work that is being done to protect them. Thanks from everyone here.