Date: February 17, 2018
Time: 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Location: McNary Wildlife Refuge – Burbank
64 Maple St, Burbank, WA 99323
· Take HW 12 to Burbank
· Take exit 124 right after crossing the Snake River bridge
· Take the roundabout and go under the Freeway to Ice Harbor Drive
· Turn Right on Lake Rd.
· Cross the Slough and the Refuge parking lot will be on your right
Meet in the parking lot near the Refuge building for walk instructions and tips on photo settings.
Plan to join other club members at the Wildlife Refuge to put into practice tips learned from Bart Rulon at the club meeting. The refuge offers opportunities to photograph migratory birds. According to their website “McNary supports excellent populations of raptors, a host of mammal species, and as many reptiles and amphibians as can be found anywhere in the Columbia Basin.”
Their web page talks about needing a Special Permit if photographic images will be used for commercial purposes.
Our Club members do not have to worry about needing a permit as long as you will NOT be useing the photos
for commercial gains. If you plan to use any for commercial gains you need to get a permit (can be done via the internet).
After the photo walk at 11:00 am attendees will gather back in the parking lot and pick a coffee house to visit.
So, grab your camera and join with other camera enthusiasts for a morning of learning from each other.