Today's blog is about N49's Simon Bolyn and what his 2016 year looks like. This week we are providing awareness to all our existing and new clients about what our instructors are up to in 2016.
Meet Simon Bolyn!
It’s winter here in Quebec and the snowy owls have migrated in, I spend my free time photographing Owls in the winter while guiding private clients to view the majestic white ghost of the fields.
The odd year we are lucky to have a small population of Great Grey Owls visit us. Sometimes I have to travel far distances to see them but it’s worth the drive every time. If Eastern Canada is lucky, we should be seeing an irruption next year. Keep your wings crossed!
As we head into spring I travel south before the big migration begins. Spending time in the Florida swamps, ponds and lakes has provided great birding opportunities for me. In 2017 I plan to create daily workshops taking clients to locations I have visited annually for many years.
As the spring migration begins I will be offering Saturday AM Common loon workshops in Quebec. Clients who are looking for a perfect opportunity to hear and see a loon up-close will enjoy these beautiful sunlit mornings.
I believe extensive study of a species over the course of at least a year is necessary to properly develop an understanding of a creature’s traits, mannerisms and character. This long term process helps me to choose how best to present a creature in my works, hoping that this brings a better understanding and appreciation for the environment we share.
Over the course of 2016 I plan to continually explore the eastern part of Canada. In doing so I invite you all to join me on my 2017 workshops capturing images you thought could never happen.
For more information about Simon’s 2016 year follow him on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/simon.bolyn?fref=ts
To find out more about Simon’s background in bird photography check out this link http://northof49photography.com/blog/2016/1/23/n49-welcomes-simon-bolyn-to-the-family