Winter Birds of the Skagit & Samish Flats
The Skagit and Samish Flats have been a birding hotspot for years, birds of prey spend the winter here, and the overall density of raptors, geese, ducks, swans, and owls make this a cool place to photograph birds. Red-tailed and Rough-legged Hawks, Bald Eagles, Snow Geese, Tundra and Trumpeter Swans, and Short-eared Owls are the target birds for this one-day Photography Workshop. We'll concentrate on birds-in-flight, single birds, and flocks of birds. We travel from Stanwood to Fir Island and the Skagit Flats up to the Samish Flats and back to Stanwood, stopping at the most active locations. Most of the shooting takes place near the car, so this is an easy walking workshop.
February 3rd or 10th, 2018 $299
Limited to 3-participants per day.
Reserve your spot in the workshop with the $299 tuition payment for the workshop. Lunch is included in the workshop fee. We'll meet near Stanwood, and car pool from there, traveling to various locations, take a break for lunch, go as far north as Bow or Edison, then return south in the afternoon. After we receive your registration, we'll send you a detailed information packet about your workshop, including what to bring, more specific details on the workshop structure, rendezvous information, etc. We recommend you purchase travel insurance and will provide you with contact information. Please check out the Terms & Conditions for workshop cancellation found in the footer section below.
To SIGN UP for the workshop fill in the form below and a digital invoice for your deposit will be sent to you.