Explore some of North America’s best locations for nature photography—led by experienced photographers who know when and where the best photo opportunities are.
Why choose a NANPA Regional Event?
- Get into the field with other nature photographers
- Avoid extensive research with pre-scouted shooting locations and carefully planned itineraries
- Take advantage of one-on-one instruction opportunities in the field
- Build relationships with people who share your interests
- Enjoy discount hotel rates
NANPA Regional Events typically take place over 3-4 days—often timed for a long weekend. Events are led by one or more outstanding NANPA members with extensive knowledge of the area. Attendance is limited—typically one leader per 6-10 guests, a maximum of 30 participants. One group meal at the conclusion of the event is usually included in the event price. Individual events can vary somewhat from these norms. Please check the listing for event-specific details.
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NANPA's 2021 Nature Photography Summit will take place online, April 29-30,…
Sandy Zelasko will guide you into picturesque Badlands National Park and its surrounding attractions in South Dakota. Badlands National Park is known for distinctive landscapes, native mixed grass prairies, protected fossils, and breathtaking skyscapes. We’ll start our days in the field at dawn to take advantage of early morning light and active wildlife, and likewise, end each day’s activities at sunset to capture vibrant sunsets while immersed in the park’s geographic features.
Join Jennifer Leigh Warner and Krisztina Scheeff in Grand Teton National Park…
Join Tom Haxby and Hank Erdmann for brilliant fall colors, breathtaking mountain and water landscapes, and abundant wildlife in America's most visited national park.
In the heart of California’s Central Valley, thousands of acres of flooded farmlands provide a winter home for tens of thousands of Sandhill Cranes that migrate along the Pacific Flyway from Siberia and Alaska. Sandhill Cranes sleep at night in standing shallow water so they can hear approaching predators like coyotes and bobcats. Before sunrise they awaken, their unmistakable vocalizations audible for miles. Then they fly off in small groups, heading for nearby fields to forage all day, and return at sunset en masse. Their exit and re-entrance are both incredible spectacles, often accentuated visually by dramatic sunrises, sunsets and wisps of tule fog.
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge is well known for the thousands…
Join Ron Gaskins and Amanda Haddox in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, photographing along the Atlantic Coast, the Currituck Sound, and other locations for sunrises, sunsets, shorebirds, and black bears.
Past NANPA Regional Events
Arizona (Tucson Desert)
New Mexico (Bosque del Apache)
Texas (South Texas Ranches)
Maine (Acadia, Bar Harbor)
Tennessee (Great Smoky Mountains)
North Carolina (Smokies)
Colorado (The Alpine World of the Rockies)
Virginia (Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge/ Assateague Island, VA)
South Dakota (The Black Hills and Badlands)
Butterflies, the Border, and Beyond