New from Texas: The Endangered Whooping Crane

This past weekend was a full one in Texas. On Friday and Saturday I went out photographing with NANPA president Sean Fitzgerald. We found a small flock of the extremely endangered whooping cranes along the Aransas Bay, where they spend their winter. NANPA – the North American Nature Photography Association – will be holding it’s 2017 Nature Photography Summit in Jacksonville, Florida on March 2nd through the 4th.

On Sunday, I presented Photography as Art to a packed, enthusiastic house in Austin. The next Photography as Art seminar is in Atlanta, on March 5th. See you there!

One Response to “New from Texas: The Endangered Whooping Crane”

  1. Linda H Preble says:

    As usual, stunning photos! You make even the lowly buzzard look good! Sorry I missed it (I live in Austin, was raised in West Seattle.) Hope you will come again. I’ll try to get to the next seminar in Seattle or Portland.

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