Workshops will last half day, one day, or two day. You decide!
The workshops will be held on our property and local areas nearby our property. My wife and I live on the Tug Hill Plateau region of New York State. The Tug Hill Plateau is bordered by the Adirondacks to the East and the St. Lawerence River and Lake Ontario to the West. We are located North of Oneida Lake about eight miles West of the village of Camden, NY.
My goal is to send all partipants home with the knowledge and ability to capture images of truly wild subjects without having to travel to exotic locations where wildlife is tame. Subjects will vary depending on the time of year. More information will follow.
What would you like to photograph?
April is "Prime Time for Wood Ducks". I will have at least two blinds set up on our beaver pond. We also have several Hooded Mergansers, Mallards and Canada Geese on the pond.
It is also the best time of the year to travel the back-roads near our home in search of Ruffed Grouse. The Grouse can be photographed from the vehicle.
What will May bring?
More Wood Ducks. More Turkeys. Woodland Warblers and various other birds. Osprey (Canoe or Kayak required)
What's happening in June?
More Woodland Warblers and various other birds. Doe have there fawn's. Luna Moth emergence.
July and August
Deer, Damsels and Drgons, Cedar Waxwings,and current project Belted Kingfisher
September and October
Chipmunks, Deer, Landscapes, and Trips