WINTER WATERFOWL OF THE CAROLINA COAST
Tens-of-Thousands of Tundra Swans & Snow Geese
Jan 15-17, 2020
Jan 30-Feb 1, 2020
(pair with the duck photography workshop immediately following on Feb 2-5 for a complete waterfowl photography adventure)
Feb 14-16, 2020
The Outer Banks and adjacent mainland of areas of northeastern North Carolina have 11 National Wildlife Refuges that are famous for their massive congregations of wintering ducks, geese and swans. We will photograph amazing wildlife spectacles such as a flock of nearly 80,000 snow geese and a lake with almost 300,000 ducks, geese and swans. We will also, during our quest for birds, take time to photograph the natural beauty of this gorgeous coastal landscape.
2 Full Days of photographing waterfowl in northeastern North Carolina
Concentration on photographing 10’s of thousands of tundra swans and snow geese
Access to more than 1/2 million acres of National Wildlife Refuge and other Natural Areas
Expert and Engaging Instruction
World-class Bird Photography opportunities
Exact shooting locations will be determined in the days leading up to the workshop and will be based upon my scouting efforts in the area. Additional locations may be added.
Day 1 - PM Pocosin Lakes NWR, lodging in Plymouth, NC
Day 2 - AM Mattamuskeet NWR
PM Alligator River NWR, Pea Island NWR
Day 3 - AM Pocosin Lakes NWR
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Workshop Fee: $625
Limited to 4 participants
All transportation during the workshop period is provided.
All entrance fees and permits for all National and State Parks are included
Extensive field instruction will be tailored to the needs of each student
WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED:
AIRFARE/TRANSPORTATION TO THE OBX
It is your responsibility to get to the Outer Banks
Discounted lodging has been secured or you may make your own lodging arrangements. I will provide you with lodging information upon registration.
You will need to pay for your own meals. We typically eat meals together...at some of my favorite restaurants
I highly recommend purchasing travel insurance