2019 Wildlife Photography Tour

 

Join professional photographer Bart Rulon on this 5 day adventure workshop in the Discovery Islands. Learn and polish your photography skills while enjoying your days on our comfortable 25 foot sport fishing boats. We will witness large groups of bald eagles actively feeding and bears foraging on beaches after their long winter hibernation. Humpback whales, orcas, dolphins and porpoises are plentiful in the area and we often see them in close range !

Package includes

  • Gourmet Meal and Lodge Accommodation
  • 5 days/4 nights at Nanook Lodge, Stuart Island
  • Hosted by Professional Photographer Bart Rulon http://www.bartrulon.com
  • Mentoring, guidance and advice on wildlife photography and photo shoots
  • Nightly presentations and open discussion in the Lodge
  • Safe and Certified guides with properly outfitted, comfortable boats

 

Save the date ! June 15-19 2019

 In the months of May and June the local black bears are out and about in search of food. They come down to the beaches to forage for nutrient rich sea life such as barnacles, mussels and seaweeds. This time of year will allow us perfect opportunities to shoot with cameras from the boat. Often the ocean water is flat calm and glacial waters are an emerald green colour.  Every now and then a grizzly bear will be seen on the beaches and if we are really lucky, we could catch a glimpse of cougars and wolves.

 


The pacific white-sided Dolphins tend to do laps around Stuart Island’s nutrient rich water ways. They can travel in pods numbering in the hundreds and they often come and play around our boats when we find them.  Orcas and porpoise are common sights in the inside passage. Humpback whales are becoming a common sight; last year we saw numerous Humpback Whales, with a grand finale breach right in front of the lodge! Come and join us for a trip of a lifetime !

Please contact Bart or Sam at Nanook Lodge for more information !

“Join us for your first time or come back again, you won’t ever be able to get enough!”