Summer Tours with DV Wildlife!
Updated: Sep 21
Join us in North Carolina for Black Bear tours from May 24th until the 30th and still have some available spots. I didn't really advertise that I was going as I wanted to keep the number of people to 3 per trip (morning and afternoon tours) and still have solo seats available on the 28th, 29th and 30th. If interested, PM me or www.dvwildlife.com/tours.
The bears are a wonderful way to spend a day and being my 4th year here, I know my way around to make sure we get to see the bears and hopefully roaming with their cubs.
In July, join us to photograph over 5000 Swallow-tailed kites in a couple hundred-yard area on a lake in Deland, Florida. We are waiting for the kites annual migration to appear in large numbers to select the tour dates in July. Let us know if you are interested and we will place you on our tour list.
It's Audubon's most beautiful bird of prey, with its deeply forked tail and bold black-and-white plumage, it is unmistakable in the summer skies. (Of course, Dick would say after the Bald Eagle!) Hanging motionless in the air, swooping and gliding, rolling upside down and then zooming high in the air with scarcely a motion of its wings, the Swallow-tailed Kite is a joy to watch. At one time it was common in summer over much of the southeast, but today it is found mostly in Florida.
Our Bald Eagle tours are year-round! Bald Eagle takes flight on a recent outing (been out shooting so much lose track of days) with FB friends. I haven't shot many eagles powering out the trees lately but on this day I shot several as they just seemed to be heading to the lake on a regular basis for a snack. Eagles are still here and the osprey babies are starting to show their heads so have about a month left of great raptor photography then the heat of summer turns most days of shooting into morning affairs.
Come join us for a raptor tour... www.dvwildlife.com/tours
All the best,