The highlight of a visit to Bombay Hook NWR in early December is the spectacular sight and sound show you experience when thousands of snow geese suddenly take flight.
What may sound like an economic report actually describes my nature photography class Birds of Prey Photo Safari. Last month’s class sold out, so I repeated it this past weekend. Once again, photographers flocked to it.
This past weekend I led a bird photography training session at a local state park. Participants got to see and photograph eagles, falcons, hawks, and owls in natural habitat settings. It is an incredible experience simply being in such close proximity to these magnificent creatures.
Last month’s raptor photo shoot reached its maximum capacity, and a waiting list developed. To meet the demand for this exciting wildlife photography program, I have scheduled a second Birds of Prey Photo Safari for Saturday, April 27, 2013. Here is your chance to photograph various species of eagles, hawks, and owls in natural settings.
Earlier this week I arrived home from attending Jeff Wendorff’s excellent Spring in Texas Hill Country Workshop. We stayed in the quaint town of Fredericksburg, founded in the mid-1800s by German immigrants. All these many years later you will still find plenty of Old World charm … as well as delicious German sausages and schnitzels in its many restaurants. The red cabbage and sauerkraut are scrumptious. Oops, you probably want to hear about the photo ops. Block Creek Natural Area offers the photographer a variety of landscape and wildlife opportunities. Our group decided to concentrate...