Photography is usually viewed as a solitary activity, but the truth of the matter is that people love to shoot together, compare notes, and just have fun with photography.
Guided Wildlife and Nature Photography Trips
Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge - is a 13,450-acre U.S. National Wildlife Refuge located in northwestern Colorado. Come see elk, mule deer, bald eagles, ducks, swans, pinyon jays, coyotes, and there have been reports of wolves. More Information.
Ouray National Wildlife Refuge - is a wildlife refuge in northeastern Utah. Where you can see large flocks of red-winged blackbirds, Canada geese, mallards, sandhill cranes, and porcupine in the trees of the wetland areas of the Green River. More Information
Rocky Mountain National Park - have a passion for photographing wild animals, especially the big ones? With an elk herd numbering between 600 to 800, bighorn sheep, numerous mule deer, and a growing population of moose all calling Rocky Mountain National Park home. More Information
Yellowstone and Teton Wildlife Photography Trips!!
Steve Cochrane Photography P.O. Box 783 Rangely, CO 81648