Birds of South Texas
Guided photo safari into one of South Texas' Best Bird Photogaphy Locations
Adventure Highlights
  • Photograph birds found only in th U.S. along the South Texas border
  • Other subjects include javelina, bobcat, white-tail deer, Mexican ground squirrels, and desert cottontails so tame, one could almost step on them
  • Enjoy true Texas hospitality
  • Instruction on digital photography, Photoshop, and wildlife photography techniques
2014 Dates:xMay 11-14

2014 Prices:x$795
Deposit:x$300

Prices are in US Dollars and subject to increase.

2015 Dates
This adventure will be offered on comparable dates with comparable prices.

         Journey to one of Texas' premiere bird photography locations in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, where subjects include Green Jays, Crested Caracara, Painted Buntings, and Bobwhite quail, to name a few. That’s not all. The ranch is also home to majestic white-tail deer, bobcat, Mexican ground squirrels, desert cottontails so tame that you have to be careful where you step. and the ever present javelina. Photograph these subjects and more from the comfort of professionally designed, ground-level photo blinds adjacent to strategically placed water holes.
         Small group size allows in-depth instruction along with a high degree of personalized attention for beginners and professionals alike. You will learn how to make award-winning images of our wild brothers and sisters. A special program is planned for each and every day. We will do everything in our power to make this workshop a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Leader: Weldon Lee & Lori Huff
Group Size:xLimited to 6 participants. Small group size allows in-depth instruction along with a high degree of personalized attention for beginners and professionals alike.

Included:xInstruction, handouts, complete office support, itinerary as outlined.

Items not included:xTransportation, alcoholic beverages, items of a personal nature, activities not specified in itinerary, gratuities, and travel insurance.

Physical Requirements:xEasy. Limited walking.

Planning Arrivals & Departures:xArrive in at the ranch, before 5 p.m. on Day 1. Depart after a full day of shooting on Day 4.

You have to EXPERIENCE IT . . .
to BELIEVE IT!
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