2018 Photo Workshops for Wildlife
Clowns of the Sea
Dates: July 29 to August 4, 2018
Instructors: Kevin Pepper and Jeff Wendorff
Newfoundland is an astonishingly wild and beautiful island in the North Atlantic. Newfoundland provides the nature and wildlife photographer a great trifecta of targets: birds, whales, and icebergs!
Newfoundland (new-fund-land) is a nature photographers dream. There are 35 million shorebirds (140 times the human population) and 22 species of whales including the largest population of Humpback Whales in the world to keep your camera clicking. The last of Newfoundlands photography trifecta is the icebergs. Newfoundland’s Iceberg Alley is the best place on earth to photograph the beautiful 10,000-year-old ice.
Dates: September 5 to September 12, 2018
Instructor: Kevin Pepper and Marc Muench
Come and photograph one of the largest Caribou migrations in North America, the 250,000 strong Quamirjuaq caribou herd.
Together we will experience the reward of autumn colours of the tundra – crimson reds, vibrant yellows and shimmering oranges as a backdrop to caribou with full racks that can, at times, walk within meters of you.
2019 Workshops for Wildlife
Dates: January 6, 2019 to January 11, 2019
Instructors: Jeff Wendorff and Kevin Pepper
This photo workshop is centered on the largest bald eagle migration in North America. Between 2000 to 8000 bald eagles find their way to this area beginning in late October to feed on the spawning salmon. They then stay in the area until later in the winter months to have their young before returning to their summer area in Northern BC and the Yukon.
But there are other bird species we will see as well... owls, song birds, geese and ducks
We have two spots available
Dates: February 4, 2019 to February 10, 2019
Instructor: Kevin Pepper
Calling all photographers that have always wanted to photograph Canadian wildlife and the northern lights in one of the best locations in the world to capture the Aurora.
I am referring to the Yukon. It is here where you will close your eyes and breathe in crisp Yukon air. Smell spruce sap and the earthy scent of tundra, and listen for the excited howls of husky sled dogs. But the real magic happens when you open your eyes and drink in Yukon landscapes under dancing aurora borealis.
Come with me on a vacation in Canada's Yukon, it is a larger than life experience.