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Workshop: Alaska, Land of Many Dreams

$10 Adult; $5 Youth

Saturday, Jan 27, 2018 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Workshop is at Chico Masonic Family Center (Map)

Description

Go beyond the cruise experience and get a taste of the adventures that are possible in Alaska. After spending the 2016 summer traveling in his pickup and trailer, Kirby Flanagan, a professional wildlife and landscape photographer, will share his photos and experiences from there. Some of the highlights are Homer, Kachemak Bay, Katmai, Seward, Denali, Haines and Hyder and two previous visits, which were trips to Glacier Bay and the bear refuges at Anan Creek and Pack Creek. He'll also discuss how to plan your trip, getting there, traveling around the state, and how to best spend your time and money.

Presenter

Kirby Flanagan

Kirby is a professional nature and wildlife photographer residing in northwest Nevada. He is a member of the Lahontan Audubon Society in Reno, Nevada, a longtime member and current board member of the National Photography Enthusiasts Group (NPEG) of Bozeman, Montana and is a past member of the Cuyahoga Valley Photographic Society based in Peninsula, Ohio.

Kirby has been involved in photography for more than forty years and in bird photography for more than ten years. During those ten years, he has photographed birds in several midwestern states, most of the western states, Alaska and the Galapagos Islands. His interests are primarily in photographing raptors and waterfowl, but he enjoys photographing all birds. And he loves to teach.

Kirby has been a workshop leader, group shoot leader, speaker and webinar presenter for NPEG for over ten years. He is the author of the e-book "A Nature Photographer's Guide to Alaska". He is a blog and a podcaster on the "Photographing the West" podcast both his blog and his podcast episodes are available on his website at www.flanaganfotos.com.

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