Join wildlife photographer, guide and instructor Michael Bertelsen in Algonquin Park and surrounding areas. These beautiful locations are surrounded by snow covered pines and frozen lakes. Capture images of Algonquin's wildlife. Possibilities include moose, whitetail deer, pine martin, red fox, wintering birds like the ruffed and spruce grouse, pine & evening grosbeaks, white & red-breasted nuthatches, crossbill, blue & grey jays, boreal chickadee, pine siskin and several species woodpeckers.
Small Group Experience
Workshops are limited to 4 people. This ensures that everyone's photographic needs will be addressed, giving the highest quality experience possible.
A digital SLR camera body matched with a lens that reaches to at least 300mm. Most frequently used focal length will be between 200 to 500mm. Bring a wide angle lens for possible landscapes. A sturdy tripod, Protection for camera and lens from the elements (storm jacket or plastic bag).
Temperatures range from -3C to -20C during this time. Insulated boots, warm winter coat, insulated pants or long underwear. Warm mitts, thin gloves you can use camera buttons with, warm hat and warm socks.
Low level of fitness is required. Very short walks. You must be able to carry your own camera gear and tripod.
Where To Stay
We stay in Huntsville. More information will be provided as to what hotel to book once a deposit has been received.
Sit back and relax, Let Michael drive you to his favorite locations.
Exact meeting time to be determined.
On location for the morning light.
Bathroom breaks available through out the day.
Lunch will be at one of the restaurants located near the park.
2 Days photographing wildlife.
Transportation to and from our meeting location to our photography locations.
Personalized instruction offered at all times.
Hot chocolate served while in the field.
Accommodations & all meals.
Transportation to and from our meeting location.