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Ospreys of Lake Blue Cypress Ospreys Galore

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Lake Blue Cypress in southern Osceola County (just 20 minutes from Vero Beach) is known for it's high Osprey density; more than 240 pairs of nesting Ospreys build their nests in the Cypress trees along it's shores and many of them are at eye level and accustomed to human activity and close approach. Join Christopher Dodds, at one of the most beautiful places in Florida for three action packed days of Osprey photography.  Photograph Ospreys on their nests at (or below) eye level, diving for fish or gathering nesting materiel. The trip is timed perfectly to see the parents bring fish to their babies. Photograph other species of Florida birds and capture spectacular sunrises and all it illuminates in landscape images of the unspoiled, wild and spectacular setting of Lake Blue Cypress.

This is a great workshop for any level of photographer from the seasoned pro to a complete novice with basic equipment. Amazing flight images can be made with your crop factor camera and focal lengths of just 300-400mm; a fantastic venue for 100-400mm, 300mm, 400mm and 500mm lenses. In 2015 I used my Canon 200-400mm f/4 with built-in 1.4X Extender exclusively.

The price is only $1,495.00 per person with a limit of six participants and Christopher Dodds. The price includes FIVE, 4 hour Pontoon Boat cruises (weather permitting). All Hotels, meals, beverages and items of a personal nature are NOT INCLUDED. Local transportation during the workshop is not included.

Learn more by visiting the website and to sign up for the osprey expedition and workshop.


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