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January 13 – 22 2019 | Sold Out
January 26 – Feb 4 2019 | 2 Spaces Left
This workshop is all about the wildlife and we have tweaked this particular trip to offer you the absolute best that winter in Yellowstone has to offer. From frost covered bison to bobcats hunting in the snow, this workshop is a tour de force in America’s premier wildlife photography destination.
Birds of the Rio Grande
Considered to be one of the most important bird areas in the world, the avian biodiversity of the Rio Grande Valley is simply amazing. Located at a convergence zone in habitat and populations, the Rio Grande offers photographers the opportunity not only to photograph unique southwestern desert species such as road runners and pyrrhuloxias, but it also gives us the chance to photograph Central American species such as green jays, kiskadees, and oriels – to name just a few. In addition to set up photography for songbirds, this workshop is also timed to coincide with the peak of the raptor activity in the region where caracaras and Harris hawks will be prime targets.
Wildlife of Honduras
The photographic opportunities of Honduras is one of the best kept secrets of the Americas. Based out of the world famous Pico Bonito Lodge, we will have access to an extraordinary range of wildlife opportunities from margay to crocodiles to toucans. From big lens to macro photography, this workshop will be an experience you do not want to miss.
April 7 – 13 2019
Back by popular demand, we will be returning to Florida again for 2019! The workshop is down right action packed. Roseate spoonbills, sandhill cranes, burrowing owls, barred owls, shorebirds galore, reddish egrets, alligators at night, and this list goes on and on. If you are looking for good old fashion hardcore bird photography, and want to come away with thousands of photographs every single day, then this workshop is for you!
May 4 – 10 2019
The Outer Banks of North Carolina are a narrow chain of barrier islands that unfurl along the coast like a ribbon of sand. Lighthouses, and old life saving stations dot its shores and hearken back to a time when this region was known as the Graveyard of the Atlantic. Home to Cape Hatteras National Seashore, the world’s first national seashore and America’s first official “dark sky park,” the Outer Banks is THE premier night sky and Milky Way photography destination on the East Coast. If you have ever been fascinated by the magic and beauty of the night sky, this workshop is for you.
June 16 – 22, 2019
Springtime in Jackson Hole and the Tetons is a wildlife photographer’s dream. As the world of the Northern Rockies and Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem begins to explode with life once again, the photographic opportunities become almost overwhelming. From grizzlies with newborn cubs to great grey owl, this workshop offers more diversity than any other trip we offer.
Brown Bears of Coastal Alaska
August 11 – 16 2019
If you are looking adventure, this workshop is for you. Based in one of the densest populations of brown bears on Earth, this workshop will offer you the chance to be up close and personal with America’s largest predator.
Wildlife of the Canadian Rockies
September 15 – 21 2019
The Canadian Rockies are one of North America’s best kept secrets for big mammal photography. With big mountains and big wilderness all around, this workshop is timed to coincide with the elk rut in Jasper National Park. Although elk will be a key focus, we will also pursue great photographic opportunities of bears, moose, bighorn sheep, epic glacially carved landscapes, and night photography as well. If you think Fall in Yellowstone and the Tetons is good, wait till you come to the Canadian Rockies!
September 29 – October 5
The North Dakota badlands are a rugged yet beautiful landscape, an arresting desert that captured the mind and imagination of America’s greatest champion of wild spaces – Teddy Roosevelt. The focus of this workshop is all about wild horses who are the descendants of the very same mustangs that Roosevelt waxed so poetically about in his many books that he wrote here. Though horses are the primary objective, many of the iconic species of western wildlife will make an appearance including bison, coyotes, elk, mule deer, prairie dogs, badgers, and golden eagles.