2021 Photography Session
March 21, October 3
These programs are primarily designed for photographers already skilled at wildlife photography. No formal photography instruction is provided. However, you do not have to be a professional photographer to enjoy your time and take memorable photos. Participants receive about two to three-plus hours’ time with the animals depending on the program. Sessions may involve one or more breaks to allow the animals to relax (and participants to warm back up or dry out depending on the weather).
General Schedule (adjustments are made depending on weather and our animal ambassadors level of interest)
- 1:00 PM Wolf Safety Presentation (Required for entering the enclosure)
- 2:30 Photography Session with Wolves inside our large nature habitat enclosures. We typically take several breaks during the program.
- 5:00 Program Ends
Monty Sloan is a world-renowned wolf photographer who has been associated with Wolf Park since 1988. Monty studied Earth Sciences at UC Berkeley before getting hooked on wolf photography. Monty photographed wolves at other facilities for several years before officially moving to Wolf Park. Monty also works as an animal trainer, educator, and assistant researcher.
Date, Cost, Dietary Information
Photography Photography Sessions run from 1:00pm – 5pm. The price is $195 and spaces are very limited. Spring 2021 dates are: March 21. Participants must be 18 or older. There will be direct exposure to Wolf Park’s ambassadors, and you will be instructed on appropriate clothing to wear.
Cancellations occurring greater than 10 days prior to the seminar can apply 75% of the registration fee to another seminar. Arrangements for transfer must occur by the end of the calendar year. If arrangements do not occur; your fee will be considered a tax-deductible donation. No refunds if cancellation occurs less than 10 days prior to the seminar. Only if the seminar is canceled by Wolf Park will the fee be refunded.
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