Whooper Swans – the graceful aspect of Winter Wildlife in Japan
The Whooper Swans of Lake Kussharo are always a revelation to our guests. When one thinks of winter wildlife in Japan, the first thought is inevitably, Snow Monkeys, followed closely by Stellers’ Sea Eagles & Red Crowned Cranes. But people rarely think “I want to go there to photograph whooper swans” & who would blame them?
Take a look at Nicola’s images below. Such beautiful, elegant birds with plenty of opportunities to photograph them in flight, walking in the snow & sat on the lake with a backdrop of snow capped mountains. The possibilities are endless.
Red Fox – a frequently seen predator on Hokkaido
The stunning Red Fox is another highlight of our Japanese Winter Wildlife Tour. Looking magnificent in their winter coats, foxes are very common in Japan. They are not persecuted & therefore less nervous of humans which allows for some great encounters & photographic opportunities. They are also the subject of many Japanese folklore, the most common being that they are very intelligent, have long lives & magical powers.
DO YOU WANT TO PHOTOGRAPH WINTER WILDLIFE IN JAPAN FOR YOURSELF?
We have a couple of spaces remaining on our 2018 trip, this is an opportunity for you to undertake photography of blakistons fish owl, red crowned crane, snow monkey, stellers sea eagle, ural owl, white tailed sea eagle, whooper swan & more in the wintery landscapes of Japan for yourself; the cost for a single traveller is £5499, with single occupancy accommodation throughout, no sharing & no single supplement!
If you are a pair of travelling companions or a couple then you can share accommodation & book these two places for £5199 each instead of £5499! Quote JAPANPAIR in the referral code text box to have the discount applied to your booking – book now & hold your places with 20% deposit only!
To secure your place on this photographic tour, we require a 20% deposit – the balance will fall due on 17th November 2017 – we include all ground transportation within Japan, transport to & from shoot locations, dinners & breakfasts, accommodation, entrance fees, boat fees for six boat trips & guidance/tuition; the dates for the NaturesLens Japanese Winter Wildlife Photography Tour are February 10 – 23, 2018.