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Bosque del Apache with Jeff Parker
November 13 - November 16
During this Bosque del Apache Photo Tour 2020 we’ll photograph the thousands of Snow Geese and Sandhill Cranes that fill these breathtaking skies and cold Rio Grande waters!
Bosque del Apache is one of my favorite locations and I know it well. I’ll get you to the right places at the right times so you — and your images — fully benefit from the non-stop action taking place amidst these gorgeous desert mountain landscapes.
I am doing this tour a couple weeks earlier than I used to in the hopes we’ll get some fall color on the many cottonwood trees on the refuge. (Fingers crossed; I can’t promise color, but this is our best shot at getting some once the birds arrive.)
Our final shoot of the tour takes place at a nearby canyon where we’ll do landscapes, night photography, and light painting. While there, we’ll also enjoy a hot meal in the field.
Limited to six (6) photographers.
MORE INFO: https://exploreinfocus.com/joinme/bosque-del-apache-photo-tour/
This Bosque photo tour offers lots of chances to perfect your flight photography skills as well as opportunities to “play” with the effects lighting has on images. Though, honestly, this experience is so wonderful from a natural-beauty perspective that you might forget all you know — or want to know — and just grin and stare.
Nearly 60,000 acres of restored wetlands bordering the Rio Grande provide multitudes of birds with wintertime refuge. Birds of note include: , Pintails, American Widgeons, Mallards, , Ross’s Goose, Canada Geese,
, and –if really lucky– Bald Eagles.
We’ll also keep our eyes peeled for winter-coated Mule Deer, Bobcats, and Coyotes.
NANPA provides the above event calendar of privately-run Member Workshops/Tours as a NANPA member benefit. NANPA does not monitor or endorse such workshops or tours in any way.