Two-day Photography and Wildlife Workshop – June 16 – 17


This workshop will run two full ten hour days, beginning in the early morning and running until late afternoon each day.  Because now is the best time for it, we will focus on all aspects of wildlife photography, including ethics and tips on finding the animals.  The group will collectively decide what they would like to focus, with the help of your guide’s knowledge of what is going on in the park.

Please have a working knowledge of your camera before coming on the tour.  For wildlife photography a lens of 400mm or more, is recommended.  We do have a Sigma 150-600, Nikon mount, available for rent if interested.  A Nikon D610 could also be rented.

In order to be eco-friendly, we ask that participants refrain from wearing perfumes or other scents and do not smoke during the tour.  No weapons of any kind are allowed on the tour.

We will ask that all participants bring suitable clothing for drastic changes in temperature and have comfortable footwear.  No flip flops or shorts please.  Layers are advised.

Camera gear, extra batteries and cards, tripod, sun screen, hat, binoculars and extra snacks should be packed into a backpack.

Lodging, transportation from or to the airport and gratuity are not included in the price of the tour.  Must be paid for when booked and refunds will not be available, unless we are able to fill your space.  Strongly suggest trip insurance, in case something happens.

Lunch and snacks will be provided.  We will all meet for dinner on Saturday night, to talk about our day and share some images.  Dinner and drinks not included in the cost, so this is optional.

Tour will originate out of Gardiner, Montana.  Feel free to contact me for lodging information.


Grizzly Sow 610 amongst the Aspen Trees

Only one space available in this two day photography and wildlife tour in Yellowstone National Park.

May and June are the best time for wildlife photography if you would like to capture beautiful images of mamas and their babies.  We will have bison calves, elk calves, pronghorn fawns, bear cubs galore during the first weekend in June.  Not to mention nesting birds, badgers, wolves and a variety of other animals.

Please see the photography workshop information page for more details.

Your guide knows Yellowstone and its wildlife, from daily excursions into the park.  And, she knows photography.

We encourage to book quickly as this opportunity is the only one for this spring and it will go quickly.



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