Upland Birds Of Prey  
Many of our birds of prey make their homes in our upland areas, most are protected by law, are easily disturbed.  All birds must be treated with great respect by birders and wildlife photographers.
As such many people often take images of raptors on "bird of prey workshops".  These are not to everyones taste, and  you don't get the thrill of taking images of wild subjects.  But it is a good way of getting good images and ensuring wild birds are left in peace.
Merlin is a great bird which is rarely seen in the wild.  

Hobby (above) is a migrant to Britain coming each summer  
Peregrine Falcon (below) is one of the British wildlife success stories of recent years as the numbers have increased, these birds can be seen across many habitats from urban through to our coasts.