Adult Education

WILDPhotography Experience

Have you ever wanted to learn how to get that amazing wildlife shot? Here in Alberta we are lucky enough to share our spaces with so many animals iconic to the Canadian identity. With  professional wildlife photographers, Wolfgang and Julie of JaW Nature Photography Ltd., join us for our WILDPhotography Experiences! Search for wildlife, witness amazing landscapes, and learn some tricks of the trade while being responsible stewards of our wildlife!

WILDNorth WILDPhotography Experience (Snowy Owls)
Central Alberta (Parkland County and Camrose County)
February 24 and/or 25, 2018   SOLD OUT

  • Learn from experts in the field of responsible wildlife photography, JaW Nature Photography Ltd.
  • Witness amazing wildlife with many opportunities for wildlife and landscape photography
  • Participants receive 25% discount on rental equipment from Vistek Edmonton.
  • Price includes: Transportation from and to Edmonton, lunch, snacks.
  • *100% of proceeds help WILDNorth care for injured, orphaned, and contaminated wildlifeJaW Nature Photography Ltd. are volunteering their time and expertise in order to support the care of WILDNorth’s patients! 
  • *Note: WILDNorth and JaW Nature Photography Ltd. cannot guarantee wildlife sightings—if you sign up for both dates, your chances of photographing Snowy Owls and other wildlife are higher!

Stay tuned for future WILDPhotography Experiences
– Spring Wildlife Babies WILDPhotography Experience
– June Bears WILDPhotography Experience in Jasper
– October WILDPhotography Experience in Jasper

Community Leagues – Healthy Backyards Program

Besides educating through the Wildlife Hotline, WILDNorth is implementing an education program about living with urban wildlife. The goal of the WILDNorth’s Healthy Backyards Program is to empower members of the public with the knowledge necessary to ensure safe interactions with the wildlife that also call Edmonton home. Each individual has a role to play, and they can begin in their own backyards. Healthy backyards lead to healthy communities! No matter what our views on urban wildlife are, we need to challenge ourselves to find new and innovative ways to minimize negative interactions with the wildlife that call our cities home. Education is the first step.
*Each presentation will be customized slightly based on your community!

For inquiries or to book a presentation, please e-mail education@wildnorth.ca

Speaker Series

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