March 2023 Photo Tours

Bald Eagles, Sea Otters & Coastal Wildlife of Kachemak Bay, Alaska
Multiple Departure Dates 2023
A spectacular wildlife shoot amidst Alaska’s most photogenic settings. Five full days of photography from a chartered boat along the Kenai Peninsula to capture dynamic in-flight and perched eagle images, endearing close-ups of sea otters, and wildlife in rugged winter landscapes.
Whales, Dolphins and Deserts of Mexico's Baja Peninsula
Feb 24 - Mar 07, 2023
Experience the thrill of photographing at one of Earth's prime locations for whale and dolphin photography. Shoot Pacific gray whales at extreme close range, plus blue whales, dolphins and colonial Mexican architecture.
Florida Birds
Multiple Departure Dates 2023
Florida’s East Coast has become a great new focal point for nature photographers from all over the world. Shoot several exciting wading bird colonies at close range including wood storks, spoonbills, herons and egrets plus the world’s highest density of nesting ospreys—by boat and on shore.
Death Valley National Park in Spring
Mar 19 - Mar 25, 2023
Shoot miles of undulating sand dunes, ancient volcanic craters, elegantly folded hillsides, and assorted canyons—all graphic landscape components of exceptional digital imagery.  Explore in the cooler spring season when tourist numbers are low and colorful wildflowers may decorate the desert.
Costa Rica Birds
Multiple Departure Dates 2023
Costa Rica has extraordinary habitats and ecolodges within them. We visit some of the country's prime bird photography locations to create images of amazingly colorful rain forest and cloud forest birds. The stars of the show are resplendent quetzals—one of the most beautiful birds in the Americas.
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Humpbacks, Eagles and Alaska's Spectacular Herring Spawn
Multiple Departure Dates 2023
Photograph a true spectacle of the natural world—the spawn of Pacific herring and the throng of predators that come to feed on them. Shoot numerous bubble-netting humpback whales in the pristine waters of Alaska’s Inside Passage. Plus, sea lions, flying eagles, ducks, and glorious maritime scenery.