They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but raptors can be really tricky to photograph. Want to learn some tips and tricks from the best? Join us for an afternoon with raptor photographers Kate Davis and Nick Dunlop where they’ll discuss raptor photography, tricks of the trade, and tips for fledgling photographers. This event is FREE to attend, but there are paid registration options as well for those who want to enhance their experience.
Receive an autographed copy of Kate and Nick’s new book: $50
Attend a post-event meet and greet with Kate and Nick: $100
Attend the post-event meet and greet, and receive an autographed copy of Kate and Nick’s new book: $125
All proceeds will be split equally between HawkWatch International and Kate's organization, Raptors of the Rockies.
Kate Davis is a falconer, photographer, educator, and Executive Director of Raptors of the Rockies. Kate and her birds have appeared in more than 1780 programs for 136,000 audience members, young and old alike. She has also presented her lively PowerPoint programs across the country from Boston to Seattle, with Chicago, Salt Lake City, and Detroit in between. Kate is the author of six books that weave together her passion for raptors, science, and photography. In 2017, Kate was presented the greatest of honors—the Lifetime Conservation Achievement Award, only periodically given in Montana.
Nick Dunlop is a wildlife photographer based in Northern California specializing in photographing birds of prey, primarily falcons and eagles. His work has been published in National Wildlife, Audubon, and Living Bird Magazines. My video the "Starling and Falcon Dance" won first prize in the video category of 2017 Nature's Best Photography, Windland Smith Rice International Contest, and was on display in 2018 at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History! He has also won first place for his images in the 2005 and 2012 National Wildlife Photo Contests.
In 2008 Nick and Kate Davis, along with good friend Rob Palmer, published the book "Falcons of North America". In 2011, the trio published another book titled "Raptors of the West" which won honors for Artistic Merit and Design from the National Outdoor Book Awards and the Montana Book of the Year! Their new second edition of “Falcons of North America” will be available soon.
April 01, 2021 12:00 PM
Event End Date
April 01, 2021 1:00 PM
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