PRIVATE LOUISIANA GULF COAST BIRDS PHOTO WORKSHOP
Select your dates • Private tour • No groups

Little_blue_heron_NewIberia_2022_1Little_blue_heron_NewIberia_2022_1A pair of little blue herons (Egretta caerulea) move sticks around in the early stages of their nest in a rookery in New Iberia, Louisiana. Mid April marks the return of birds to the Gulf States as they continue their spring migration north to summer nesting grounds or settle in for the summer to raise their young. Join me for a day or a full weekend of photographing a wide assortment of birds in southern Louisiana. The tour is customized to your interests so choose shore birds, wading birds, nesting birds, urban birds or a combination. Potential birds include a wide range — songbirds, marsh birds, shore birds, and may include common terns, roseate spoonbills, reddish egrets, scarlet tanagers, black skimmers, brown pelicans, white ibis, black-bellied whistling ducks, wood ducks and more.

I will take individuals out to photograph birds in the southern Louisiana area. Each person can select the day(s) they want to go out and then the destination will be selected based on what they want to photograph. Each date is one destination but multiple days for multiple locations or the same location can be purchased. Location options will be provided after registration.

DATES: Select day/dates between April 9 and 23, 2023
LOCATION: Southern Louisiana and Mississippi
RATE: $950 per person per day; payment due in full at registration (after confirming locations)
GROUP SIZE: two max per day; must be in same party/family

Join professional and award-winning nature photographer, Dawn Wilson, for a photo workshop to capture the stunning beauty of Louisiana's Gulf Coast. This is peak season for spring bird migration along the Central Flyway and you will be sure to go home from a busy day of photography, including a morning shoot, an afternoon shoot plus editing instruction with a wide variety of stunning bird photos.


Scarlet_tanager_Grand_Isle_2016_1Scarlet_tanager_Grand_Isle_2016_1A scarlet tanager (Piranga olivacea) pulls a mulberry from the tree on Grand Ilse, Louisiana WHAT IS INCLUDED
- guide service
- photography instruction
- transportation to photo locations from lodging

WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED
- all meals
- we can pick up food to eat in the field and order take out
- lodging
- transportation to and from photo location from home (if local to New Orleans) or lodging

ITEMS TO NOTE
- Please be prepared to be in wet sand by either having waders or waterproof pants/rain pants if you would like to photograph shore birds. A skimmer pod is a great tool as well for low-angle shots on the beach. 

BOOK TODAY!

And be sure to check out my other workshops. New ones continue to be added.