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Minnesota

June 2, 2022 - June 3, 2022
Annandale, Minnesota+ Google Map
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Join professional wildlife photographer instructor Kathleen Reeder and naturalist/wildlife photographer Stan Tekiela for a two-day loon with babes’ photography workshop on the best of Minnesota’s lakes. Max of 3 participants.

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June 7, 2022 - June 10, 2022
Sandstone, MN+ Google Map
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9 photo sessions selected from species that are all native to Minnesota: Cougar, 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 lush 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 12 participants.

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June 11, 2022 - June 13, 2022
Vince Shute Wildlife Sanctuary+ Google Map
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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 8 participants.

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September 24, 2022
Sandstone, MN+ Google Map
2 spaces available

3 photos sessions. Species will consist of a tundra wolf, a juvenile bobcat and raccoon. Up close with no barriers. Photograph wildlife at eye level in 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.

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$495
Sandstone, MN+ Google Map

3 photos sessions. Species will consist of a tundra wolf, a juvenile bobcat and raccoon. Up close with no barriers. Photograph wildlife at eye level in 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.