Ethical Wildlife Photography Tours with Salva Fauna
I am very happy to guide nature tours and wildlife photography tours for Salva Fauna. Private or in group, I invite you to join me on memorable wildlife photography workshops around the world. Let us contemplate nature's beauty together, looking for fascinating animals and stunning landscapes. Focusing on improving your photography, through the development of your creative eye and compositional skills. For more information, I invite you to visit SalvaFauna.com or contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MOUFLONS & PYRENEAN CHAMOIS IN PYRENEES
AUGUST 23 TO 25, 2019
A fantastic 3 day wildlife photography workshop focused on Mouflons and Pyrenean Chamois. Explore the incredible beauty of these mountains and improve your wildlife photography.
GASPESIE WILDLIFE EXPLORATION TOUR
SEPTEMBER 1 TO 10, 2019
An extraordinary exploration trip in a breathtaking region: Gaspésie! Moose, Black Bear, Canada Lynx, Coyotes, but also Harlequin Duck, Northern Gannet and more than a hundred other species of birds... this is the program of this nature photography tour in Canada, for only 4 participants!
RED DEER RUT, IBEX & CHAMOIS
SEPTEMBER 20 TO 22, 2019
3 day wildlife photography workshop focused on the great mammals living in the mountains surrounding Briançon in France. Red Deers, Alpine Ibex and Chamois.
RED DEER RUT PHOTO WORKSHOP
SEPTEMBER 28 & 29, 2019
OCTOBER 5 & 6, 2019
2 day wildlife photography workshop focused on the rut of the Red Deers in the southern French Alps, near Briançon in France. An unforgettable experience to live once in your life.
GRIFFON VULTURES IN RÉMUZAT
DECEMBER 14 & 15, 2019
2 days of wildlife photography focused on the Griffon Vultures colony of Rémuzat in the South East of France. Many other bird species can also be seen in this beautiful location.
ICELAND WESTFJORDS EXPLORATION TOUR
JUNE 20 TO 27, 2020
An unforgettable nature photo tour in the Westfjords of Iceland where we will discover the Arctic Foxes as well as the great colonies of marine birds. A memorable experience in the most remote part of Iceland.
I am looking forward to sharing my experience with you!