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Birds of Prey Photography Workshop with HawkQuest & Tamron Shoot ONLY!

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Bear Creek Lake Park

15600 W. Morrison Road

Lakewood, CO 80228

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This is to attend the workshop portion of the workshop only and DOES NOT include the lecture and the critique. Participants in the shoot only workshop will be responsible for the $10 park entrance fee.

Register for this event if you're not interested in joining the full workshop with lecture and critique. Join us for the Saturday morning shoot & enjoy FREE lens rentals from Tamron!


Photo Session: Saturday October 5 , 8:00AM – 11:00AM

Meet up at Bear Creek Lake Park (Lakewood) to photograph an exclusive showing of birds. You’ll have the rare experience to shoot all of the birds in their natural habitat. Enjoy a close-up, hands-on shooting experience!


FREE Loaner Gear

You’ll be able to try out the latest Tamron lenses during the shoot for FREE! Test a variety of long zoom lenses perfect for photographing wildlife, and get expert advice from Tamron wildlife shooters. With all the gear available to you and the one-on-one attention from Tamron and Mike’s you’re sure to walk away with some stunning wildlife images. A valid credit card & driver’s license are required for equipment check out and will be kept on file until return of equipment. Test-drive loaner gear is FREE to use. Restrictions apply.


Tuition $99


About Kin Quitugua & HawkQuest

Kin Quitugua, a master falconer and longtime environmental educator, founded HawkQuest in 1986. He has trained, handled and flown birds of prey as diverse as the Bald and Golden eagles and the Saw-whet owl. For more than 25 years, Kin has dedicated himself to educating the public about the place of raptors in our ecology.

Kin created HawkQuest believing environmental awareness is a key to the survival of the world as we know it, and education - of our nation's youth in particular - is paramount to this process. He has developed many educational programs such as HawkQuest's unique Classroom-in-the-Wild. Kin has received national recognition for his work combining educational and ecological concerns, having appeared on both local and national television programs. Kin also serves as a consultant to organizations which promote the welfare of birds of prey.A

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Bear Creek Lake Park

15600 W. Morrison Road

Lakewood, CO 80228

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

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