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Bird Photography Workshop

September 15 |

Sun., September 15 & Sun., September 22 |  9 – 11 am $299 per person, includes 2 sessions 

Learn how to snap that picture-perfect wildlife shot! Focus on refining your bird photography skills with a two-part course taught by National Aviary Educator and Photographer Mike Faix, an accomplished nature photographer with years of experience photographing birds. Learn to photograph birds in a variety of settings. Practice portraiture during visits from Animal Ambassadors and action shots in the National Aviary’s dynamic and immersive habitats. This course is best for photographers with basic to intermediate skills.

The photography workshop is open to participants 13 years or older; those under 16 must be accompanied by a registered adult.

Photographs by National Aviary Educator Mike Faix

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