August 2014 (specific dates TBA), Dorchester Cape, New Brunswick- In late summer, 100,000s of Semipalmated Sandpipers stop in the upper Bay of Fundy on their southward migration to South America. At high tide, huge flocks of these birds roost close to shore. Birds often take flight with a Peregrine Falcon in pursuit. This provides unparalleled opportunities to make images of large groups of roosting birds, flying flocks and portraits of smaller groups. I know the best places to shoot and will do my utmost to ensure you return home with photographs you will be proud of.

Workshops will run from 0900-1600h and will be centred around the high-tide time on each day. Cost for a 1-day workshop is $150 per person and is exclusive of transportation, meals, refreshments etc. Maximum of 5 people per day. Workshops could be postponed or cancelled due to extreme weather or very low numbers of birds. Cancellation will result in a full refund.

Contact me here for more details and to arrange a booking. 

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