Flight in Focus
April 6-7, 2019
Houston Audubon's High Island Sanctuaries
Houston Audubon is celebrating 50 years of bird conservation and education. To commemorate this special occasion, we are dedicating the first weekend of April to bird and wildlife photography at our world famous High Island sanctuaries. Photographers of all skill levels and camera types are welcome to participate. The registration fee includes day passes, workshops, and events for both days. Space is limited. To avoid disappointment, register today!
Saturday, April 6
7 AM - Dawn at the Rookery photo session and registration packet pick up – Smith Oaks Bird Sanctuary
9 AM – Intro and Welcome at the High Island Community Center
Morning and afternoon workshops - Workshops led by Alan Murphy (Elements of a Good Bird Photograph and Setups for Bird Photography), Joe Smith (Photographing Birds in All Kinds of Light), Trey Morris (Urban Bald Eagles), and Sonny Manley (Hummingbird Photography).
Late afternoon - Facilitated Photo Shoot at the Rookery with Alan Murphy and others
Sunday, April 7
8:30 AM – Raptor Photography Shoot with Houston Audubon’s captive raptors in natural setting
10 AM - Tim Timmis (Bird photography at High Island Rookery and Bolivar Flats)
Noon - Carousel of Flight: participants share their best images from the weekend
BBQ lunch will be available each day at the Methodist Church ($10 cash)