Snowy owls, Hawk owls and Great grey owls in Canada

“Snowy owls, Hawk owls and Great grey owls  in Canada”

What?
When the tundra of Canada is plagued by extreme frost in the winter, Snowy owls are driven to the south.  There they appear on more accessible areas, where they are often very tame.  This gives unique opportunities for photography, as in normal circumstances Snowy owls are the whole year through on inaccessible terrain.  Also in the South there is during the winter a lot of snow, which guarantees a beautiful background scenery.

When?
Mostly around January-February-March

How?
In December we get a few weeks in advance an idea how winter will look like in the north of Canada, and if there will appear a lot of Snowy owls.

Where?
Area of Montréal and Quebec

Maximum participants?
5 photographers

Waiting list?
1/5

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