Bears and Baby Wildlife Photography Workshop

A grizzly bear cub standing in a field of wildflowers in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.

When it comes to wildlife photography, it’s hard to beat springtime in Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park! With snow still lingering in the mountains, wildlife such as bears, elk, moose, and more are all moving around throughout the valley. As such, opportunities abound in wildly scenic locations. This makes it an ideal time to photograph the spectacular wildlife that call Grand Teton National Park home.

Available Dates
2024: June 2, 3 / June 4, 5 / June 7, 8 / June 9, 10

Price: $1800/person – $400 non-refundable deposit
Difference due by May 15, 2024

A cow moose guiding her calf across the Gros Ventre River below Jackson Peak. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
A mule deer fawn listening carefully to its surroundings. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Along the way I’ll be giving you helpful advice on what to look for in wildlife behavior, camera settings, technique, and anything else to help you come away with an ideal shot.

At the end of each morning session, we’ll break for breakfast where we’ll also take a look at our photos thus far, where I’ll offer insight and guidance on what worked, what didn’t, and how to improve. Likewise, if desired, post-processing tips will also be included.

The Bears and Baby Wildlife Workshop will take advantage of prime grizzly and black bear photo ops, as well as newborn wildlife from a variety of species. On our private workshop, we’ll thoroughly explore Grand Teton National Park to find ideal wildlife encounters, as well as prime sunrise and sunset locations. If your goal is to come away with wall-worthy shots from the area, book this workshop before it fills up!

Each workshop will run for two split days: 3-4 hours at sunrise, and another 3-4 at sunset for two days in a row.

What’s Included

  • Pickup to and from your hotel
  • Light breakfast at pickup, full breakfast after sunrise session
  • Dinner before heading out for sunset on both days
  • Adobe Lightroom mini-class and image discussion
An elk herd grazing in the distance below stormy weather clearing from the Teton Mountains at sunset. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming