Melanie Colón Posted June 21, 2016 Share Posted June 21, 2016 Field Projects International will be conducting Conservation PhotographyWorkshops this summer in Peru. These intimate workshops will focus oncamera technique and field ethics, as well as understanding rainforestand wildlife ecology at an active research station with extraordinarybiodiversity. This is an opportunity for naturalists wanting to becomemore camera savvy, as well as for knowledgeable shutterbugs interestedin exploring the Amazon and learning about a tropical biology. Along theway, you will improve your navigation skills (on and off trail), getpractice setting camera traps, track and follow primates, investigateherpetofauna on night hikes, boat through oxbow lakes looking for giantotters, and climb a 60-meter canopy tower.The cost is $1500 to receive the training as well as basic accommodationand all meals for this week-long workshop. Attendees will be responsiblefor getting to Puerto Maldonado, Peru, on their own.LEARN MORE & SIGN UP: https://fieldprojects.org/conservation-photography-workshopIn addition, we are running a photo contest with a chance to participatein this week-long workshop for free, or at heavily reduced cost. Simplysubmit up to 3 nature-themed photos here and spread the word:https://fieldprojects.org/photo-contest-fpi Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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