Best Arizona Fall Bird Photography Workshop
When people think about Arizona, they think of unbearably hot weather with dusty and dry weather. When birders think about Arizona, they dream of exotic species not found anyplace else in the USA. You see the southern part of Arizona, where the USA meets Mexico, a bird invasion has been underway for many years. Birds that migrate from Central and South America have inched their way across the border, Typically there may be a dozen or so migrant species, but occasionally there are dozens and dozens.
I’ve chosen to introduce you to these birds in the fall. The heat is manageable, and it can be pretty chilly in the morning. The crowds have left, and southbound migrants are showing up.
I photographed about 50 species on a scouting trip this fall, and five were new for me. That does not often happen these days!
During the pandemic, I became fascinated with photographing dragonflies. They are like birds but way more challenging. When you nail the shot, it’s gratifying and a little addicting. Join me at this desert workshop, and I’ll try to find you some new birds, introduce to some cool bugs, and help you with your bird photography skills. Oh, and I am pretty sure we will have a great time along the way.
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