Southern England Nature Photography Association
CODE OF CONDUCT

All SENPA members are required to follow the Code of Conduct

Photographers will maintain the highest standard of behaviour, taking all reasonable care to minimise any disturbance to wildlife and the local environment.

Photographers will adhere to any codes of conduct in operation that are applicable to the area they are working in. Photographers will seek to minimise the environmental impact of their activities, e.g. minimising transport use.

Permission to enter land shall be obtained prior to entry, except where there is already public access. However, permission shall be sought where it is necessary to depart from, for example, a public path or other right of way.

Where required, a photography licence shall be obtained from English Nature/Natural England. No photography or other associated activity shall take place without an appropriate licence where this is a requirement.

Members will agree to abide by SENPA's Operating Terms and Conditions.

Members that fail to adhere to the Code of Conduct may be barred from undertaking any photographic work on behalf of the association. This will be brought to the attention of all organisations working with SENPA.

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