Join us in photographing the most significant Bald Eagle migration in the world! British Columbia is the winter home for 2000 to 8000 Bald Eagles during their winter migration south to feed on the spawning salmon and to breed. They linger in the area through the winter months, raising their young before returning to their summer territory in Northern BC and the Yukon.
The workshop is organized for this time of the year because it is when the Bald Eagles put on their best show. There are frequent aerial battles with eagles defending the nests and favorite feeding spots. The new eaglets require several meals a day which means the adults are flying and hunting a lot! That means that you will be clicking a lot!
In addition to the eagles, hundreds of thousands of migrating waterfowl are cruising the Pacific Flyway for their annual migration. All of the ducks and geese in one space causes the local raptor population to converge on the same area for easy hunting. All in all, this makes winter a very birdy season in British Columbia, and we are going to show you the best of the best!
Enjoy the galleries full of images from past workshops and then follow this link and learn more about this workshop, You Will Be Amazed!