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Arctic Photography Workshop

Offer Date: Starting August 28, 2023 - September 7, 2023

Join us on an extraordinary adventure into the barrenlands. Situated close to the Arctic Circle this remarkable destination is a naturalist and photographers paradise. The diversity of the wildlife, birds, plants and undulating landscape make for terrific photo opportunities. Highlights can include seeing caribou, grizzly bears, wolves, moose and possibly the elusive wolverine.  Peregrine falcons, tundra swans, geese, loons, ducks, sparrows, gulls and warblers are just some of the birds that either come to have their young or migrate though the area.

This photo workshop is specifically timed to capture these moments as well as the rich autumn colours that blanket the landscape in varying shades of reds, golds and yellows.

Embark on daily boating and hiking excursions to pursue photographic opportunities where you can explore incredible vistas and vantage points to look for wildlife. Hike unique geological features known as sand eskers, and hill tops where you can look as far as you can see.

Spend your evenings awe inspired as the dark night sky is lit up with thousands of stars as a backdrop to the aurora.

Space is limited.

Special Canadian Rates available. Contact Margaret or Amanda Peterson today for details. Or visit our website.


A group of Caribou out on the land A group of three people on a boat at Peterson Point lake Lodge in the NWT. A ptarmigan brown and white strutting around at Peterson Point Lake Lodge in the NWT. An aerial shot of Peterson Point Lake Lodge in the NWT. The green aurora over Peterson Point Lake Lodge in the NWT.
A collection of images for Arctic Photography Workshop
Arctic Photography Workshop

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