11-23 June 2017
The Sea of Okhotsk is a northwestern arm of the Pacific Ocean, lying between Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula and Japan’s Hokkaido island. This is a seldom-visited but amazingly-rich region. We expect to see many hundreds of thousands of animals, including mammals such as whales, bears, many seals (including Ringed, Ribbon, Larga, and Bearded along with Sea- lions) but in sheer numbers mostly birds. As well as the many species of sea-birds along the coast, the forests ashore will also yield other species. This will be an amazing photography experience, full of stunning wildlife you won’t see elsewhere!
This workshop is being run by LuminOdyssey in partnership with WildNature Photo Expeditions, and David Burren and Michael Snedic will both be leading this trip. With a maximum group size of only 10 photographers you will have lots of access to both of us.
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