Moose and Wildlife Programs

 

Moose: Giants of the North Woods

 

Bull Moose at Stump Last LightThis personal and narrative digital slide presentation explores the secretive and elusive life of one of North America’s largest mammal – the Moose. See Moose photographed in every season, in all weather conditions, and in all behaviors in their natural environment, from a fragile new-born calf to the enormous adult bull moose weighing in excess of 1200 lbs., while standing 7 feet tall at the shoulder! Mark’s passion for photographing moose began in 1980 – now, 35 years later, he is still in awe of this magnificant creature’s grace and beauty. He will share with the audience many personal and rewarding experiences he has had throughout the years photographing moose, having accumulated well over 65,000 quality images of these incredible animals in the process. This program was designed for camera clubs, schools, nature and civic organizations, outdoor groups, etc., and is approximately 45 minutes in length. If you would like to have Mark present this program to your group or organization and need more information, please contact us.

 

The Challenges of Wildlife Photography

 

The most frequently asked question of a wildlife photographer is “How did you get that shot?” This digital slide presentation addresses that question and many other issues and obstacles involved in capturing extraordinary wildlife images. Mark discusses everything –  from the use of his homemade floating blind, using portable blinds, using your vehicle as a blind, equipment selection, to just plain hard work and plenty of patience! See stunning images of all species of wildlife: birds, reptiles, amphibians, large and small mammals, and more, all presented in their wild and natural environments with no captive or enclosed subjects. He will share his techniques and tricks with the audience while relating many interesting and personal experiences he has had while photographing wildlife. This program was designed for camera clubs, schools, nature and civic organizations, outdoor groups, etc., and is approximately 45 minutes in length. If you would like to have Mark present this program to your group or organization and need more information, please contact us.