When I think of Sequoia I think of
black bears and giant sequoia trees ... but there is much more there than that.
The butterflies, songbirds, and wildflowers that call Sequoia National Park home
make beautiful subjects all by themselves. Like jewels hidden among the
meadows and forests, these subjects are their to photograph if you look for
them. I look for them. If we happen to see black bears we will
photograph them as well, but primarily we will be looking for these subjects.
We meet at 5am in Tulare, or 6am in Three Rivers - depending
upon where you stay if you come the night before. We walk into many of the
same meadows we look for bears in. At this time of the year the
wildflowers are peaking, and the bird activity is at its zenith. This
safari is limited to 5 photographers. To book a safari call me at 559-909-5208 or e-mail me at: