Events and Tours

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EVENTS 2018-2019 Scroll down for the workshops and tours

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

1-Decmeber 1, 2018-Crown Camera meet and greet-Answering questions about nature and wildlife photography! 1-3pm

2-Snow Goose Festival-Jan 25-26, 2019-I will be leading a photo tour Friday afternoon and then presenting my Bald Eagle’s in the Wild program on the 26th! http://snowgoosefestival.org/events/

3-Feb 7, 2019 Mt. Diablo Audubon Society-Bald Eagles in the Wild https://diabloaudubon.org/programs.php

Past presentations

-Lodi Crane Festival- Keynote Presentation-Nov 4, 2018-Bald Eagles in the Wild https://cranefestival.com/featuredspeaker.php

-October 16-Sheraton at Turtle Bay Sundial Bridge Redding, California

-August 29, 2018 at 10am on KCHO NPR radio FM91.7 Listen to Jeff’s interview on Nancy’s Bookshelf. If you miss it you can still listen here http://www.mynspr.org/programs/nancys-bookshelf#stream/0 

-October 17-Altacal Audubon’s Evening Presentation-Jeff’s newest talk, “Birding Inspirations Through His Lens” which features his newest book, The Complete Guide to Bird Photography.   Chico Creek Nature Center, 1968 E. 8th Street, Chico CA 95928 starting at 6:30pm.

-November 2, 2016-BABP meeting. “Birding Inspirations Through His Lens”

-November 17, 2016-Alaska Bald Eagle Festival. As keynote, Jeff will be presenting at the Haines, Alaska Bald Eagle Festival.  Their website is http://baldeagles.org/festival
His presentation entitled, “Birding Inspirations Through My Lens” will celebrate the beauty of Mother Nature, featuring his new book, with bird photography, beautiful nature and wildlife imagery, tips, humor, and lots of fantastic eagle photos.

4-December 13, Wintu Audubon Evening Program-“Birding Inspirations Through My Lens”community room at United Way, 2280 Benton Drive, Redding

5-January 28-Snow Goose Festival-Speaker and photo workshop. See their website. snowgoosefestival.org

Crown Camera Appearance July 23, 2016-
Castle Crags State Park August 2016

PHOTO TOURS

1-Amazing Birds of Ecuador late July 2019 for 10 days. This is a must for anyone serious about photographing beauty and diversity of Ecuador! We will photograph a wide variety of birds near the lodges. $5000 We will take some side trips for Andean Cock-of-the-rock, and ant pittas, there will be hummingbirds galore, tanagers and many other beautiful birds. The lodges have nice accommodations and the traditional food is delicious. Fly into Quito. All meals and ground transportation is included with expert photography teaching. Email for more information. $500 Deposit saves your spot.

2-Eagles in Haines, Alaska November 2019. Jeff is offering a 7 day trip to Haines, Alaska for great bald eagle photography. You will be photographing bald eagles to your hearts content and learning a ton! $4000 for the seven days with Jeff. November dates TBD Arrive in Haines. Included in the price is 7 nights lodging, ground transportation in Haines, guiding, and instruction as needed. Jeff is one of the best Bald Eagle photographers with extensive knowledge of their biology and photo opportunities. Contact Jeff for more info and a $500 deposit holds your spot. Jeff’s newest book, Bald Eagles in the Wild, includes many Haines photos. The Chilkat River stays thawed so the salmon run can proceed through November. Email for more information. $500 Deposit saves your spot.

3-Homer, Alaska March 2020. This 7 day Bald Eagle trip is amazing and will include amazing eagle opportunities. $4000 will include all ground transportation, boat rides, and teaching. This is another place Jeff has taken many fantastic eagle photos that grace his newest book, Bald Eagles in the Wild. Email for more information. $500 Deposit saves your spot.

Past trips

Baby Birds Klamath Basin, CA. June 16-18, 2017. Jeff’s classic summer trip to photograph birds and babies and… We will meet Friday evening in Tule Lake for an intro and then shoot all day Saturday and Sunday until 11ish. Dinner is included on Saturday night as well as all instruction, blinds, permits, and guiding. Expect to photograph avocets, stilts, waterbirds and more. The weekender with dinner all for only $275. There is camping and lodging nearby which I can help recommend. We will be out before sunrise, with a break late morning. Back in the field in the afternoon until sunset. These days are long but well worth it. Email for more information. Limited to 5 participants send $75 deposit to hold your spot.

1Eagles in Haines, Alaska November 2017. Jeff is offering the exclusive opportunity for only one or two people to accompany him for 5 days in Haines before his appearance at the eagle festival (see above). You will be photographing bald eagles to your hearts content and learning a ton! $3000 for the five days with Jeff. November 12-16. Arrive in Haines on the 11th and we will photograph all day the 12-16. Included in the price is 6 nights lodging, ground transportation in Haines, guiding, and instruction as needed. Jeff is one of the best Bald Eagle photographers with extensive knowledge of their biology and photo opportunities. Contact Jeff for more info and a $500 deposit holds your spot.

2-Waterfowl in California’s Central Valley-Date changed to Feb 3 due to weather.

February 3-5, 2017.

We will meet Friday evening in Williams for an intro “slide show” and then shoot all day Saturday and Sunday until noonish. Dinner is included on Saturday night as well as all instruction, permits, and guiding.

Expect to photograph geese and ducks in flight and swimming. 300 mm lens or larger is ideal. Ross’, Snow, White-fronted, pintail, mallard, wigeon, and more! The weekender with dinner all for only $275. There is lodging nearby which I can help recommend. We will be out before sunrise, with a break late morning (we can go out for breakfast and upload photos), then back in the field about 1:30 until after sunset. Call or email for more information. Limited to 5 participants send $75 deposit to hold your spot.

3-February 3-5, 2017-Waterfowl Weekend
Central Valley of California’s Wildlife Refuges see details above.