North of 49 Photography

Ontario Index

Ontario workshops

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The diversity across Ontario offers so many opportunities for the adventurous photographer, that enjoy varied natural backdrops.


Ontario Birds of Prey

Date(s): New dates coming soon

Instructor: Chris Pepper

Introduction: This will a great opportunity to photograph in-flight and static birds of prey, in a natural setting. Flying birds could include: Harrisโ€™ Hawk, Red Tailed Hawk, Broad-Winged Hawk, Great Horned Owl, Barn Owl, Bald Eagle and Golden Eagle. Static birds could include: Eagle Owl, Swainsonโ€™s Hawk, Peregrine, Aplomado Falcon.

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Workshops 2018

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Autumn in Ontario 2018

Date:

Instructor: Chris Pepper

Introduction: Together we will travel from the Great Lakes, visit the 'Waterfall Capital of the World' and then head north to the iconic Algonquin Park. You will be introduced to some stunning scenery and some of our local wildlife such as Owls, Red Fox, Bald Eagles, Moose, Elk and Pine Marten.

Winter in Ontario 2018

Date:

Instructor: Chris Pepper

Introduction: We have created a winter photography workshop in Ontario, Canada. From the urban city of Niagara Falls, to the secluded Amish communities. Viewing wildlife on the snowy backdrops, within Algonquin Park. Highlights we believe you cannot find anywhere else all in one location.


Workshops 2019

moose - chris pepper photography

Autumn in Ontario 2019

Date:

Instructor: Chris Pepper

Introduction: Together we will travel from the Great Lakes, visit the 'Waterfall Capital of the World' and then head north to the iconic Algonquin Park. You will be introduced to some stunning scenery and some of our local wildlife such as Owls, Red Fox, Bald Eagles, Moose, Elk and Pine Marten.

Ontario in Winter - Chris Pepper Photography

Winter in Ontario 2019

Date:

Instructor: Chris Pepper

Introduction: We have created a winter photography workshop in Ontario, Canada. From the urban city of Niagara Falls, to the secluded Amish communities. Viewing wildlife on the snowy backdrops, within Algonquin Park. Highlights we believe you cannot find anywhere else all in one location.