Workshop in Bavarian Forest National Park
Duration: 3 nights / 4 days
Group Size: Max 14
Include: flight, transfers and accommodation
Photograph some of Europe’s most spectacular wildlife in the natural setting of the Bavarian Forest National Park, Germany. Brown bears, wolves and lynx are the focus of our 4-day wildlife adventure, and you’ll also have an opportunity to capture images of bison, rare wild horses, deer, otters and numerous species of birds of prey.
The spacious wildlife ranges and large aviaries found in the wildlife enclosure of the Bavarian Forest National Park provide us with over 30-species of mountain-forest animals to photograph, within a stunning, natural environment.
Bavarian Forest, Bohemian Forest, Šumava, – these are alternate names for one and the same ancient mountains in central Europe, depending on the cultural, geographical or historical reference. As a mighty bulwark of the tough veterans gneiss and granite, it separates Bavaria from Bohemia and the Danube catchment area from which the Vltava River. On its main ridge running state and linguistic divide between Germany and the Czech Republic, as well as the border between the two national parks Bavarian Forest and Sumava.
The population includes grey wolves and brown bears, as well as animals re-introduced to their native habitats, such as Eurasian lynx and black stork, european bison, deer, wild boars, and river otters. The selection of birds includes eagle owls, Ural owls and grouse.