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Grand Tetons in Fall:
Wildlife Photography Workshop
 
September 22-28, 2023
Through Wildside
Co-Leader: Jennifer Leigh Warner
Only 3 seats remain!

September 28- October 4, 2023
More Details to Come

October 5-10, 2023
Women's Only Trip
Through Women in Wildlife Photography
Co-Leader: Sarah E. Devlin 
Only 3 seats remain!

Physical Demand: Moderate - Will be working at altitudes with elevation over 6,000+ ft. Walking surfaces can be uneven, sloped trails with tripping hazards of up to half a mile. Changing seasons can bring below freezing temperatures with potential snow and ice. 

Autumn in the Tetons is an invigorating time of the year. Warm colors reflected in freezing waters with a chill in the air.  With shortened daylight and cooling temperatures, wildlife is on the move constantly. Moose, pronghorn, and elk are starting their rut season providing prime photographic opportunities as they posture and compete for breeding rights. Both black bears and grizzlies are stuffing their faces with late season berries as they enter hyperphagia, making them usually very visible to visitors and photographers alike. Additionally, the fall colors give us plenty of non-wildlife subjects when we want to take a quick break.

By far one of my favorite places in the U.S. to be during fall. Come join us and experience it for yourself!

Related Images:

Grand Tetons Collection

Related Article:

Fall in the Northern Hemisphere

-Authorized Permittee of Grand Teton National Park-

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