This trip is for anyone with a sense of adventure, who wants to see some of our planet’s more unique (and vanishing) wildlife and culture, and wants to do it in style. If you are interested in digital photography then you are in for even more of a treat. Dr. Palazzolo (or Dr. P., as he is known) combines his knowledge of photography and exotic animal veterinary medicine with the expert knowledge of our naturalist guides for a perfect combination of wildlife viewing and outstanding photography.
This trip has been specifically designed to coincide with the annual birth of wildebeest calves as part of the annual migration. Hundreds of thousands of wildebeests will be calving in a two-week period of time. It is an explosion of new life and interaction with the predators of the Serengeti, and we will be right in the middle of the action every day. This will be a unique safari, far more interesting and personal with nature than your average safari. You will return
with an experience and photos that very few people will have experienced.
On Dr. P’s trips you can learn about digital photography at any level you want from beginning up to advanced. He will bring the finest professional equipment Canon makes, and will give everyone periodic access to these cameras and lenses with hands-on instructions. There will be a maximum of three to four people per vehicle allowing photographers ample room in the vehicle to get the best vantage point. Non-photographers are welcome, and will enjoy the trip just the same, although be forewarned how enticing it is to take your own photos to show off to your friends on your return.
Emergency Potpourri: Because You Never Know What Is Going to Come Through the Door
Elisa Mazzaferro, DVM, PhD, DACVECC
(8 hours RACE-approved continuing education credits)
With Pre-Trip Extension to Rwanda January 30-February 3, 2015
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