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June 2020
June 27, 2020 - June 30, 2020
Triple D Game Ranch+ Google Map
5 spaces available

A minimum of 8 photo sessions with wildlife babies born in the spring of 2020 which can include wolf pups, grey fox kits, Siberian lynx kitten, raccoon pups, coyote pups, Canadian lynx kitten, porcupine baby, red fix kits, bobcat kitten, badger pup and fisher pup. An instructional online webinar in advance of the workshop that covers wildlife photography composition tips, camera settings and recommended equipment. Guidance and assistance throughout the workshop. Evening sessions for critiques and post processing demonstrations. Maximum of 12 participants.

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July 2020
July 11, 2020 - July 18, 2020
Katmai National Park+ Google Map
4 spaces available

Join professional wildlife photographers/instructors Kathleen Reeder and Marc Latremouille for an incredible 7 night/6-day photo workshop in Katmai National Park to photograph Alaskan coastal brown bears. They are only a few places on this planet that you can safely photograph (on land and eye level) and experience wild coastal brown bears in their natural habitat. Katmai National Park provides just that and more! Bears gather in numbers in the bays and along the coast of Katmai feeding on sedge grasses and clams.  Our perfect wild natural photographic studio! An instructional online webinar in advance of the workshop that covers wildlife photography composition tips, camera settings and recommended equipment/clothing. Guidance and assistance throughout the workshop. Maximum of 8 participants.

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July 17, 2020 - July 24, 2020
Katmai National Park+ Google Map
7 spaces available

Join professional wildlife photographers/instructors Kathleen Reeder and Marc Latremouille for an incredible 7 night/6-day photo workshop in Katmai National Park to photograph Alaskan coastal brown bears. They are only a few places on this planet that you can safely photograph (on land and eye level) and experience wild coastal brown bears in their natural habitat. Katmai National Park provides just that and more! Bears gather in numbers in the bays and along the coast of Katmai feeding on sedge grasses and clams.  Our perfect wild natural photographic studio! An instructional online webinar in advance of the workshop that covers wildlife photography composition tips, camera settings and recommended equipment/clothing. Guidance and assistance throughout the workshop. Maximum of 8 participants.

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August 2020
August 15, 2020 - August 17, 2020
Vince Shute Wildlife Sanctuary+ Google Map
5 spaces available

Photograph wild North American black bears in their natural environment. DNR estimates there are 12,000-15,000 black bears in Minnesota. We can anticipate seeing up to 60 different bears on a given day during the workshop. Online instructional webinar in advance of the workshop to prepare. Hands-on assistance in photographing adult, juvenile and baby black bears on the ground and in trees. Maximum of 7 participants.

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October 2020
October 5, 2020 - October 8, 2020
Minnesota Wildlife Connection+ Google Map
3 spaces available

9 photo sessions selected from species that are all native to Minnesota: Cougar, bobcat, lynx, black wolf, grey wolf, coyote, black bear, red fox, silver fox, cross fox, gray fox, beaver, whitetail deer, weasel, fisher, badger, mink, striped skunk, opossum, woodchuck, raccoon and porcupine. Photograph wildlife at eye level in beautiful fall colors, water and land backdrops. An instructional online webinar in advance of the workshop that covers wildlife photography composition tips, camera settings and recommended equipment. Guidance and assistance throughout the workshop. Maximum of 10 participants.

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October 16, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - October 17, 2020 @ 3:00 pm
Out of Africa Wildlife Park+ Google Map
7 spaces available

Friday night presentation and then EXCLUSIVE access to the park at DAWN on Saturday for this group ONLY, making this a one of a kind opportunity. Transportation THROUGHOUT the Park to carry your gear. PLUS animals are treated to specific areas within their habitats best for photographs. Evening session in-person the night before to prepare you for getting the most out of your camera and the experience. Hands-on assistance in photographing wildlife in a variety of settings, including outdoor habitats, open ranges and unobstructed views. You won’t find a similar venue with the variety of photographic opportunities for this cost anywhere except at Out of Africa Wildlife Park. Many participants have attended the workshop every year, because of its special access and great price. Maximum of 12 participants.

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