As many of you know I’ve been running a contest for new visitors to my website and old friends alike. On July 1st, 2016 I will be selecting one lucky winner to join me on a Photography Tour to Katmai National Park to photograph Grizzly Bears in September of 2017. If you are already on my mailing list then you are already signed up for the contest! The 2016 trip is already sold out but the 2017 trip will be from September 18th to 22nd, 2017 and feature four full days of Grizzly Bear Photography at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park, Alaska. Never heard of Katmai? It’s the best place in the world to get up-close and personal photographs of Grizzly Bears in their natural habitat. Ever seen that picture of a Grizzly catching a Salmon out of a waterfall? Most likely it was taken there! Katmai National Park is one of the most ruggedly beautiful and wild places in the world. This has very quickly become one of my most popular trips as aside from Grizzlies we will have ample opportunity to photograph other species of wildlife including Bald Eagles, Moose, Fox and maybe even Wolves.
The trip is a base-camping trip right in the heart of all the action. We stay in a wonderful camp surrounded by an electric fence and spend our days photographing the bears. In the evenings we return from our various excursions and I cook up excellent meals around the campfire while we regale on the days activities! The trip contest is for one free reservation on this excursion and it includes all of your meals, camping equipment, reservations, float-plane and expert guiding / photographic instruction. All you have to do is show up in King Salmon, Alaska ready for the time of your life! Grizzly Bear Photography Not your thing? You are welcome to give the reservation away as a gift.
Wanna go? Here’s what I need:
- Click here and enter your email address
- That’s it – a winner will be chosen on July 1st
- Want better chances at winning? Write a review of Backcountry Journeys on Trip Advisor and your entry into the contest will be double-weighted.
You can read all about the trip here -> Brown Bears of Katmai in the Fall.