Yukon Wildlife Bootcamp

Intensive Wildlife Photography Instruction in the Yukon

January 16 – 21, 2024

The Yukon is renowned for its wildlife and is also one of the best places in the world to spot the northern lights. This intensive learning workshop provides you with plenty of opportunities to photograph both!

For the wildlife portion of this workshop, we’ll be shooting at a wildlife preserve specializing in photographic opportunities, allowing you to capture stunning portraits of iconic animals in a controlled setting. Our target species are Canada lynx, red fox, silver fox, Arctic fox, muskox, Dall sheep, mountain goats, caribou, woodland bison, elk, moose, and mule deer, all set against backdrops of mountain and forest. Throughout the workshop, we’ll focus on five key elements for wildlife photography success: research, pre-visualization, decision-making, post-processing, and evaluation.

We’ll turn our attention to the skies at night; weather permitting, we should have several nights of dancing aurora. To experience this stunning natural phenomenon is unforgettable, but we’ll also teach you how to capture the experience in your images. Ready for a unique adventure? Join us in the Yukon!

Yukon Territory, Canada
January 16 – 21, 2024
Activity Level
Moderate – You must be able to conduct long walks in snowy and very cold conditions. The days are long while shooting wildlife.
Your Pros
Kevin Pepper, Wayne Suggs
Group Size
Open for Registration
Limited to 8 Guests