Tanzania a Photographers Journey, Presque Isle Audubon, Erie, PA

Tanzania a Photographers Journey with
Sam Still, Scott Gorring and Shawn Carey
Presque Isle Audubon
Tom Ridge Center, Erie, PA
Date: Friday November 24, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM

Join photographers Sam Stull, Scott Gorring and Shawn Carey on an adventure into the heart of Tanzania. We’ll take a safari vehicle into the country’s spectacular national parks and see the “Big Five”—African Elephant, Black Rhino, Cape Buffalo, Lion, and Leopard—in all their glory. Along the way, we’ll search for and photograph Cheetahs, Giraffes, Black-backed Jackals, and Hippos. And we’ll encounter a panoply of Tanzania’s wonderful and amazing birds, including the Greater Flamingo, Lilac-breasted Roller, Little Bee-eater, Giant Kingfisher, and Grey-crowned Crane—the country’s national bird. If you’ve ever dreamed of visiting East Africa and its incredible wildlife, this is a journey you’ll never forget. And it may just have you planning your own African adventure

Zebra, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

2017 Lectures & Workshops

 

New England Camera Club Council (NECCC)
2017 Conference
Location: University of Massachusetts Amherst
Amherst, MA
Dates: July 14, 15 & 16, 2017
Topic: Video and Audio with your DSLR

Shawn Carey
Plymouth Beach

 

Iceland Land of the Midnight Sun
Hunt’s Photo
Melrose, MA
Date: Thursday September 14, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM

 

Atlantic Puffin
Latrabjarg bird cliffs, Iceland

 

Iceland Land of the Midnight Sun
Mass Audubon North River Wildlife Sanctuary
Marshfield, MA
Date: Wednesday September 20, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM

Razorbill
Latrabjarg bird cliffs, Iceland

Tanzania: A Photographer’s Journey
Hunt’s Photo
Melrose, MA
Date: Thursday September 21, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM

Black Rhino, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

 

Tanzania: A Photographer’s Journey
Essex County Ornithological Club
Peabody Essex Museum
Salem, MA
Date: Friday September 22, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM

Cheetah, Ndutu/Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Tanzania: A Photographer’s Journey
Mass Audubon North River Wildlife Sanctuary
Marshfield, MA
Date: Wednesday September 27, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM

Hippopotamus, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

The Art and Craft of Bird Photography
with Michael Milicia and Shawn Carey
Hunt’s Photo
100 Maine Street
Melrose, MA
Date: Saturday September 30, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Barn Swallow
Barn Swallow

A Wing and a Care
Mass Audubon North River Wildlife Sanctuary
Marshfield, MA
Date: Wednesday October 4, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM

 

Birds and Wildlife of Florida’s Gulf Coast
Mass Audubon North River Wildlife Sanctuary
Marshfield, MA
Date: Wednesday October 11, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM

Roseate Spoonbill
Roseate Spoonbill
Myakka River Street Park

Tanzania: A Photographer’s Journey
South Shore Arts Center
Cohasset, MA
Date: Wednesday November 1, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM

 

Cheetah, Ndutu/Ngorongoro Conservation Area

 

Take Control of your Digital Photos (Lightroom)
Mass Audubon Museum of American Bird Art
Canton, MA
Date: Sunday November 5, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Tanzania: A Photographer’s Journey
With Shawn Carey and Dr Karl Zuzarte
Fall River Camera Club
Landmark
400 Columbia Stret
Fall River, MA
Date: Wednesday November 8, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM

Lion, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

Tanzania A Photographers Journey
Newton Camera Club
Newton, MA
Date: Monday November 13, 2017
Time: 7:30 PM

Lion, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

 

Tanzania a Photographers Journey with
Sam Still, Scott Gorring and Shawn Carey
Presque Isle Audubon
Tom Ridge Center, Erie, PA
Date: Friday November 24, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM

Presque Isle Audubon: “A Wing and a Care”

Presque Isle Audubon
Tom Ridge Environmental Center
Room 301
Presque Isle State Park
301 Peninsula Drive
Erie, PA 16505

Date: Friday November 25, 2016
Time: 7:00 PM

“A Wing and a Care” Building a Future for Birds
Latest video from Migration Productions
Produced by Jim Grady and Shawn Carey
Graphics Sabina Grady
Narrated by Ken Lacouture
Script writer Devin Griffiths
Sound Track Chris Duval


Snowy Owls, Atlantic Puffins, and American Kestrels are connected by more than simply a resemblance of form or function. A crucial thread ties them together: each one has an advocate committed to protecting it and educating others about its plight. Migration Productions’ latest work, “A Wing And A Care,” opens a window onto the lives of these three birds, and introduces you to the men dedicated to their preservation and survival.

 For more than 30 years, Norman Smith has been studying Snowy Owls. Through his Snowy Owl Project, which he started in 1981, Smith has banded and released 700 birds, shedding light on migration routes, learning their habits, and gaining insight into their lifestyles. Along the way, Smith has given countless public presentations in his relentless effort to promote Snowy Owl conservation.
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Four decades ago, Dr. Stephen Kress founded Project Puffin with the goal of restoring Atlantic Puffins to Maine’s Eastern Egg Rock—a historical breeding site that had been empty of puffins for nearly a century. Thanks to Dr. Kress’ vision and more than half a lifetime of dedicated and tireless work, he has done what many thought impossible: the Puffins are back, and Eastern Egg Rock is once again home to a thriving colony of these delightful birds.
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Tom Sayers is a retired schoolteacher and keen observer of the natural world. Deeply involved in the Connecticut birding community, Sayers began to see a sharp decline in the local population of American Kestrels. In 2010, Sayers took action, launching a groundbreaking program to establish and monitor Kestrel nest boxes, banding each year’s new birds. Over the course of six seasons, he’s banded over 500 fledgling Kestrels, collecting valuable data and shining a light on the habits and health of this magnificent falcon.

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 “A Wing And A Care” follows the stories of these three men as they work to protect the birds they love, and shows how a single individual can make a world of difference in the life of a bird. And it asks a critical question: how can each one of us get involved and help build a better future for these incredible birds?