Winter Eagle Photography
Koros-Maros National Park Hungary
02-08 February 2018
£915 per person
This workshop is a very intense small group (3 guests max. per workshop) Workshop in search of Eagles in Koros-Maros National Park, Hungary. Not for the faint-hearted - mornings will be very early, days long, and conditions in the Eagle hide basic but we should be rewarded with close-up images of White-tailed and Imperial Eagles visitinga site we have prepared in the heart of the National Park. They are normally joined by large numbers of Buzzards and hooded crows. Occasionally, Marsh Harriers and Sakker Falcons may fly past. We need to be in place in the hides before dawn and won’t be able to leave until after dark as the Eagle are very sensitive to human presence. The hide has one-way shoot through optical glass both at groundand chest level and is heated, There is also a fan system to prevent condensation on the glass and a chemical toilet in an anteroom.
Maximum of 3 participants per workshop.
£915 (includes tuition, accommodation, meals, transport in Hungary. Excludes flights, alcoholic drinks, travel insurance.)
As the birds are all wild, we can’t guarantee exactly what will or won’t turn up but we will have been attracting them to the site with daily food offerings (hare, rodents, sheep carcasses) for several weeks prior to the workshop. The images shown were taken during single trips over the last two years.
In addition to days spent in the Eagle hide, we will also visit a thermal pool to photograph Kingfishers and use one of several purpase built hides for woodland birds.
Places are very limited and will be offered on a first-come basis. To reserve a place, you’ll need book below, complete your details and pay the trip deposit (£195). The remaining balance (£720) is due 6 weeks prior to departure.