Natural History and Photography Tours

 

Baja California Sur. Natural History (1988, Feb 18-25, 1990). Study leader naturalist Bill Isaacs. Informal watercolor classes by Catherine Ferguson

Barrancas del Cobre, Mexico. Natural History (1988, Oct 7-15, 1989). Study leader naturalist Bill Isaacs

Costa Rica (Jan 7-21, 1990). Study leader naturalist Bill Isaacs. Informal watercolor classes by Catherine Ferguson. San Blas, Nayarit, Mexico. Natural History (1988)

Pack Trip in the Pecos Wilderness (Oct 1994). From base camp near Pecos Falls, 5 day trips to Truchas Lake, the Santa Barbara Divide, and to Gascon Point. Outfitter Huie Ley, is Santa Fe’s best packer, featured in National Geographic Magazine in 1993. Study leader writer and conservationist Bill deBuys. 

Birding in the Bosque: A Field Course in Waterbird Identification (Nov 11-12, 1989, Mar 4-5, 1990). Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. Study leaders ornithologist Sarton O. Williams III, and photographer and naturalist Karen Copeland

Photographing the Fall Colors in New Mexico (Sep 30-Oct 1, 1989). Study Leader photographer Karen Copeland

Photographing Nature in the Big Bend, TX (Mar 31-Apr 7, 1990). Study leader photographer and naturalist Karen Copeland

Photographing Spring n Northern New Mexico (May 12-20, 1990).  Study leader photographer and naturalist Karen Copeland

Exploring the Gila Wilderness, NM
May 10-13, 1991. Faculty: Bill Isaacs is an expert ornithologist with extensive experience.

Survival of the Colorado Plateau: Development or Preservation
Sept 8-15, 1991
This trip will take you through Arizona, Utah, and Nevada, and across the fragile Sonoran desert of the Colorado Plateau: the largest contiguous wilderness left in the lower 48 states. Faculty: Jack Loeffler, writer and conservationist; Janet Ross, director, Four Corners School of Outdoor Education 

Big Bend of the Rio Grand River. Natural History (1988)