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European Bison, one of the main Białowieża species

A European Bison strides through the snow typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday

Elsewhere, we have covered the wide variety of bird species that you might encounter on the Polish Winter Wildlife Tour, including Goshawks, Buzzards White-Tailed Sea Eagles & Woodpeckers, in addition to the days spent in hides, two days are spent traversing the Białowieża Forest, locating & photographing the European Bison, that call Białowieża home.

Żubry w Puszczy Białowieskiej, 2011

One of the European Bison within the snowy environs of the Białowieża Forest typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday A European Bison strides through the snow typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday One of the European Bison of the Białowieża Forest typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday

The other mammal that is commonly seen & can be photographed within Białowieża, is the Red Fox, it can often be found near to the feeding sites, as these beautiful creatures want to scavenge food that is available.

A red fox at one of the hide feeding sites located near the Białowieża Forest typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday One of the red foxes of the Białowieża Forest typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday One of the beautiful red foxes of the Białowieża Forest typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday

DO YOU WANT TO CAPTURE IMAGES OF THE POLISH WILDLIFE FOR YOURSELF?

We have a photography tour that is to be run at the end of January 2018, this is an opportunity for you to undertake photography of the wildlife of the Białowieża Forest, including the European Bison, for yourself; the photography holiday costs £1499 each participant, this price excludes air travel to Warsaw itself – all ground transportation from Warsaw & back, & to & from shoot locations, accommodation & guidance/tuition is included, the dates for the NaturesLens Polish Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday are January 21 – 28, 2018.

To hold a place on the trip, we only require a 20% deposit from you, with the balance due 12 weeks prior to the trip taking place.

White-Tailed Sea Eagles on the Polish Winter Wildlife Tour

One of the White-Tailed Sea Eagles comes in to land against the backdrop of the Białowieża Forest - typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday

Elsewhere, we have covered the Goshawk, Buzzard & Woodpeckers that you might encounter on the Polish Winter Wildlife Tour, amongst the other species, & one that many people hope to be able to photograph are the White-Tailed Sea Eagles, there are two days spent in dedicated hides, hopeful that these enormous avian predators come into visit the feeding sites.

One of the White-Tailed Sea Eagles comes in to land against the backdrop of the BiaÅ‚owieża Forest - typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography HolidayA mature White Tailed Sea Eagle circles against the backdrop of the Białowieża Forest typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography HolidayA juvenile White-Tailed Sea Eagle circles against the backdrop of the BiaÅ‚owieża Forest - typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday

Obviously, the eagles visiting the feeding sites is dependent upon a number of factors, not least of which is that it is cold enough that their only food source is that which is placed out for them.

A trio of squabbling White-Tailed Sea Eagles photographed at a hide set within the environs of the Białowieża Forest - typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography HolidayA mature White-Tailed Sea Eagle strides through the snowy environs of the Białowieża Forest - typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday

The other bird of prey that is commonly seen & that often interacts with the White-Tailed Sea Eagles, mainly as it also wants to scavenge food that is available, is the Common Buzzard.

A pair of Common Buzzards squabbling over food photographed at a hide set within the environs of the Białowieża Forest - typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday A pair of squabbling Common Buzzards photographed at a hide set within the environs of the Białowieża Forest - typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday A perched Common Buzzard photographed at a hide set within the environs of the Białowieża Forest - typical of the type of image that may be captured on the NaturesLens Poland’s Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday

DO YOU WANT TO CAPTURE IMAGES OF THE POLISH WHITE-TAILED SEA EAGLES FOR YOURSELF?

We have a photography tour that is to be run at the end of January 2018, this is an opportunity for you to undertake photography of the wildlife of the Białowieża Forest, including the White-Tailed Sea Eagles, for yourself; the photography holiday costs £1499 each participant, this price excludes air travel to Warsaw itself – all ground transportation from Warsaw & back, & to & from shoot locations, accommodation & guidance/tuition is included, the dates for the NaturesLens Polish Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday are January 21 – 28, 2018.

To hold a place on the trip, we only require a 20% deposit from you, with the balance due 12 weeks prior to the trip taking place.

Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography 2016 #2

Visualise yourself visiting a hide in central Poland, where large numbers of white tailed eagles gathering in front of the photography hides & the photographic opportunities are both abundant & presented in front of you, that is the nature of this NaturesLens White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Workshop & is surely one of the highlights of the natural world. White tailed eagle mantling photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop On previous visits to the hides, each & every morning our guides saw at least 15 white tailed eagles which gathered in front of the photographic hide. On one occasion, the morning yielded an incredible 31 eagles present! The eagles vary in maturity & consequently behaviour, with the range from juvenile, through sub adult, to the awe-inspiring adult birds . The behaviour that singles out this site & makes the opportunities so special for White Tailed Sea Eagle winter photography, is that any gathering of eagles  in these large numbers invariably leads to fights over the supplementary food put out for them. If we are lucky enough to get snow for our visit, then the fighting can reach frenzied levels, and leads to incredible photographic opportunities. Fighting eagles photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop The NaturesLens White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography  Workshop largely adheres to the following itinerary: Following an afternoon arrival at Warsaw airport, the group will be met by our hosts for the coming four days of eagle photography. Following a journey of approximately two hours for the transfer to the homely accommodation, the remainder of the late afternoon & evening is all about meeting the other members of the group and preparing for the days of photography that follow. An early night comes highly recommended, following the evening meal, the following four mornings are all early starts to be in the hides prior to sunrise with no return until sunset. On the subsequent four days, the timetable is one of an early rise, so that the group can be moved to & settle into the hide(s) under the cover of darkness. The hide owners have devoted many years of hard work to ensure that the eagles visit the location & regularly feed, therefore it is absolutely vital that the eagles do not make any association between the food placed for them, and human beings. Our driver & guide will get us settled into the hide, light the gas heater for us, & will then leave to allow us to prepare for the day ahead. We would stress that from this point onwards, nobody is allowed to leave the hide under any circumstances until after dark for the reason noted above. It is anticipated that in total the group will spend approx 11-12 hours each day in the hide. Cameras & lenses are moved into position & set up under the cover of darkness, we then play a waiting game & get comfortable, anticipating the arrival of the eagles. White tailed eagle landing photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop Previous visits, have shown the general pattern of the day to be eagles visiting at first light, followed by several frantic hours of action before these birds depart mid morning – on 2 of the 5 days however, the eagles stayed virtually all day. In the absence of the eagles, many other birds are present & provide photographic opportunities, these include raven, hooded crow, magpies, common buzzard & pheasant. Mid afternoon generally sees the return of the eagles for further feeding, again the action can be spectacular. It should be noted that eagle activity is very dependent on the weather,  the harsher the weather, the better the activity is likely to be. Harsh weather is unlikely to be a problem in the heart of Poland in winter though, unless we are incredibly unlucky!! As the sun sets & darkness falls, we are collected from the hide & driven back to our hotel where an evening meal will be served. white tailed eagle in flight photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop Our final day sees a slightly later start & then a transfer to Warsaw airport for a homeward bound mid morning flight.

NaturesLens Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Itinerary

Available upon booking the tour & placing a deposit.

Workshop Availability

Maximum 5 clients ]

Recommended Equipment

Available upon booking the tour & placing a deposit.

Additional Notes

[su_disclaimer_tour participants=”3″] The Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Workshop cost includes airport transfers, five nights accommodation, breakfast, packed lunch, & evening meals for each day, four full day’s exclusive use of the eagle hide. The Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Workshop cost specifically excludes all flights, both international & domestic, alcohol & other items of a personal nature. A non-refundable deposit of £250 is required to secure a place on this trip with the balance being due 12 weeks prior to departure (early-November 2015).

Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Booking Form

BOOKINGS NOT CURRENTLY BEING TAKEN – PLACES AVAILABLE ON TOUR #1

Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography 2016 #1

Visualise yourself visiting a hide in central Poland, where large numbers of white tailed eagles gathering in front of the photography hides & the photographic opportunities are both abundant & presented in front of you, that is the nature of this NaturesLens White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Workshop & is surely one of the highlights of the natural world.

White tailed eagle mantling photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop

On previous visits to the hides, each & every morning our guides saw at least 15 white tailed eagles which gathered in front of the photographic hide. On one occasion, the morning yielded an incredible 31 eagles present! The eagles vary in maturity & consequently behaviour, with the range from juvenile, through sub adult, to the awe-inspiring adult birds .

The behaviour that singles out this site & makes the opportunities so special for White Tailed Sea Eagle winter photography, is that any gathering of eagles  in these large numbers invariably leads to fights over the supplementary food put out for them. If we are lucky enough to get snow for our visit, then the fighting can reach frenzied levels, and leads to incredible photographic opportunities.

Fighting eagles photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop

The NaturesLens White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography  Workshop largely adheres to the following itinerary:

Following an afternoon arrival at Warsaw airport, the group will be met by our hosts for the coming four days of eagle photography. Following a journey of approximately two hours for the transfer to the homely accommodation, the remainder of the late afternoon & evening is all about meeting the other members of the group and preparing for the days of photography that follow. An early night comes highly recommended, following the evening meal, the following four mornings are all early starts to be in the hides prior to sunrise with no return until sunset.

On the subsequent four days, the timetable is one of an early rise, so that the group can be moved to & settle into the hide(s) under the cover of darkness. The hide owners have devoted many years of hard work to ensure that the eagles visit the location & regularly feed, therefore it is absolutely vital that the eagles do not make any association between the food placed for them, and human beings.

Our driver & guide will get us settled into the hide, light the gas heater for us, & will then leave to allow us to prepare for the day ahead. We would stress that from this point onwards, nobody is allowed to leave the hide under any circumstances until after dark for the reason noted above. It is anticipated that in total the group will spend approx 11-12 hours each day in the hide.

Cameras & lenses are moved into position & set up under the cover of darkness, we then play a waiting game & get comfortable, anticipating the arrival of the eagles.

White tailed eagle landing photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop

Previous visits, have shown the general pattern of the day to be eagles visiting at first light, followed by several frantic hours of action before these birds depart mid morning – on 2 of the 5 days however, the eagles stayed virtually all day. In the absence of the eagles, many other birds are present & provide photographic opportunities, these include raven, hooded crow, magpies, common buzzard & pheasant. Mid afternoon generally sees the return of the eagles for further feeding, again the action can be spectacular.

It should be noted that eagle activity is very dependent on the weather,  the harsher the weather, the better the activity is likely to be. Harsh weather is unlikely to be a problem in the heart of Poland in winter though, unless we are incredibly unlucky!!

As the sun sets & darkness falls, we are collected from the hide & driven back to our hotel where an evening meal will be served.

white tailed eagle in flight photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop

Our final day sees a slightly later start & then a transfer to Warsaw airport for a homeward bound mid morning flight.

NaturesLens Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Itinerary

Available upon booking the tour & placing a deposit.

Workshop Availability

Maximum 7 clients

Recommended Equipment

Available upon booking the tour & placing a deposit.

Additional Notes

[su_disclaimer_tour participants=”3″]

The Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Workshop cost includes airport transfers, five nights accommodation, breakfast, packed lunch, & evening meals for each day, four full day’s exclusive use of the eagle hide.

The Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Workshop cost specifically excludes all flights, both international & domestic, alcohol & other items of a personal nature.

A non-refundable deposit of £250 is required to secure a place on this trip with the balance being due 12 weeks prior to departure (early-November 2015).

Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Booking Form

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Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography #2

[su_panel background=”#f3f3f3″ shadow=”0px 0px 0px #eeeeee”]Please note this trip is now full – for details of our other photography holidays, please view the main listing.[/su_panel]

Imagine visiting a site in central Poland, where large numbers of white tailed eagles gathering in front of the photography hides & the photographic opportunities are both abundant & presented in front of you, that is the nature of this NaturesLens White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Workshop & is surely one of the highlights of the natural world.

White tailed eagle mantling photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop

On previous visits to the hides, each & every morning our guides saw at least 15 white tailed eagles which gathered in front of the photographic hide. On one occasion, the morning yielded an incredible 31 eagles present! The eagles vary in maturity & consequently behaviour, with the range from juvenile, through sub adult, to the awe-inspiring adult birds .

The behaviour that singles out this site & makes the opportunities so special for White Tailed Sea Eagle winter photography, is that any gathering of eagles  in these large numbers invariably leads to fights over the supplementary food put out for them. If we are lucky enough to get snow for our visit, then the fighting can reach frenzied levels, and leads to incredible photographic opportunities.

Fighting eagles photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop

The NaturesLens White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography  Workshop largely adheres to the following itinerary:

Following an afternoon arrival at Warsaw airport, the group will be met by our hosts for the coming four days of eagle photography. Following a journey of approximately two hours for the transfer to the homely accommodation, the remainder of the late afternoon & evening is all about meeting the other members of the group and preparing for the days of photography that follow. An early night comes highly recommended, following the evening meal, the following four mornings are all early starts to be in the hides prior to sunrise with no return until sunset.

On the subsequent four days, the timetable is one of an early rise, so that the group can be moved to & settle into the hide(s) under the cover of darkness. The hide owners have devoted many years of hard work to ensure that the eagles visit the location & regularly feed, therefore it is absolutely vital that the eagles do not make any association between the food placed for them, and human beings.

Our driver & guide will get us settled into the hide, light the gas heater for us, & will then leave to allow us to prepare for the day ahead. We would stress that from this point onwards, nobody is allowed to leave the hide under any circumstances until after dark for the reason noted above. It is anticipated that in total the group will spend approx 11-12 hours each day in the hide.

Cameras & lenses are moved into position & set up under the cover of darkness, we then play a waiting game & get comfortable, anticipating the arrival of the eagles.

White tailed eagle landing photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop

Previous visits, have shown the general pattern of the day to be eagles visiting at first light, followed by several frantic hours of action before these birds depart mid morning – on 2 of the 5 days however, the eagles stayed virtually all day. In the absence of the eagles, many other birds are present & provide photographic opportunities, these include raven, hooded crow, magpies, common buzzard & pheasant. Mid afternoon generally sees the return of the eagles for further feeding, again the action can be spectacular.

It should be noted that eagle activity is very dependent on the weather,  the harsher the weather, the better the activity is likely to be. Harsh weather is unlikely to be a problem in the heart of Poland in winter though, unless we are incredibly unlucky!!

As the sun sets & darkness falls, we are collected from the hide & driven back to our hotel where an evening meal will be served.

white tailed eagle in flight photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop

Our final day sees a slightly later start & then a transfer to Warsaw airport for a homeward bound mid morning flight.

This trip is being guided for NaturesLens by Kevin Morgans of Kevin Morgans Wildlife Photography

NaturesLens Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Itinerary

Available upon booking the tour & placing a deposit.

Workshop Availability

Maximum 5 clients – Event Full

Recommended Equipment

Available upon booking the tour & placing a deposit.

Additional Notes

[su_disclaimer_tour participants=”3″]

The Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Workshop cost includes airport transfers, five nights accommodation, breakfast, packed lunch, & evening meals for each day, four full day’s exclusive use of the eagle hide.

The Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Workshop cost specifically excludes all flights, both international & domestic, alcohol & other items of a personal nature.

A non-refundable deposit of £250 is required to secure a place on this trip with the balance being due 12 weeks prior to departure (early-November 2014).

Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography #1

[su_panel background=”#f3f3f3″ shadow=”0px 0px 0px #eeeeee”]Please note this trip is now full – for details of our other photography holidays, please view the main listing.[/su_panel]

Visualise yourself visiting a hide in central Poland, where large numbers of white tailed eagles gathering in front of the photography hides & the photographic opportunities are both abundant & presented in front of you, that is the nature of this NaturesLens White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Workshop & is surely one of the highlights of the natural world.

White tailed eagle mantling photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop

On previous visits to the hides, each & every morning our guides saw at least 15 white tailed eagles which gathered in front of the photographic hide. On one occasion, the morning yielded an incredible 31 eagles present! The eagles vary in maturity & consequently behaviour, with the range from juvenile, through sub adult, to the awe-inspiring adult birds .

The behaviour that singles out this site & makes the opportunities so special for White Tailed Sea Eagle winter photography, is that any gathering of eagles  in these large numbers invariably leads to fights over the supplementary food put out for them. If we are lucky enough to get snow for our visit, then the fighting can reach frenzied levels, and leads to incredible photographic opportunities.

Fighting eagles photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop

The NaturesLens White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography  Workshop largely adheres to the following itinerary:

Following an afternoon arrival at Warsaw airport, the group will be met by our hosts for the coming four days of eagle photography. Following a journey of approximately two hours for the transfer to the homely accommodation, the remainder of the late afternoon & evening is all about meeting the other members of the group and preparing for the days of photography that follow. An early night comes highly recommended, following the evening meal, the following four mornings are all early starts to be in the hides prior to sunrise with no return until sunset.

On the subsequent four days, the timetable is one of an early rise, so that the group can be moved to & settle into the hide(s) under the cover of darkness. The hide owners have devoted many years of hard work to ensure that the eagles visit the location & regularly feed, therefore it is absolutely vital that the eagles do not make any association between the food placed for them, and human beings.

Our driver & guide will get us settled into the hide, light the gas heater for us, & will then leave to allow us to prepare for the day ahead. We would stress that from this point onwards, nobody is allowed to leave the hide under any circumstances until after dark for the reason noted above. It is anticipated that in total the group will spend approx 11-12 hours each day in the hide.

Cameras & lenses are moved into position & set up under the cover of darkness, we then play a waiting game & get comfortable, anticipating the arrival of the eagles.

White tailed eagle landing photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop

Previous visits, have shown the general pattern of the day to be eagles visiting at first light, followed by several frantic hours of action before these birds depart mid morning – on 2 of the 5 days however, the eagles stayed virtually all day. In the absence of the eagles, many other birds are present & provide photographic opportunities, these include raven, hooded crow, magpies, common buzzard & pheasant. Mid afternoon generally sees the return of the eagles for further feeding, again the action can be spectacular.

It should be noted that eagle activity is very dependent on the weather,  the harsher the weather, the better the activity is likely to be. Harsh weather is unlikely to be a problem in the heart of Poland in winter though, unless we are incredibly unlucky!!

As the sun sets & darkness falls, we are collected from the hide & driven back to our hotel where an evening meal will be served.

white tailed eagle in flight photographed on a White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography workshop

Our final day sees a slightly later start & then a transfer to Warsaw airport for a homeward bound mid morning flight.

This trip is being guided for NaturesLens by Phil Morgan.

NaturesLens Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Itinerary

Available upon booking the tour & placing a deposit.

Workshop Availability

Maximum 5 clients – Event Full

Recommended Equipment

Available upon booking the tour & placing a deposit.

Additional Notes

[su_disclaimer_tour participants=”3″]

The Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Workshop cost includes airport transfers, five nights accommodation, breakfast, packed lunch, & evening meals for each day, four full day’s exclusive use of the eagle hide.

The Poland’s White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Workshop cost specifically excludes all flights, both international & domestic, alcohol & other items of a personal nature.

A non-refundable deposit of £250 is required to secure a place on this trip with the balance being due 12 weeks prior to departure (early-November 2014).

White Tailed Sea Eagles of Poland

A White Tailed Sea Eagle poses on a frozen lake - photographed in Poland by a NaturesLens guide

A White Tailed Sea Eagle - photographed in Poland by a NaturesLens guide

Phil, who is guiding the NaturesLens White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Holiday in January has provided us with some more photos of the kind of images that our clients should be able to secure themselves if they join him in Poland during mid-January 2015. The eagles themselves are impressive, but against such a stark landscape they should look even more so.

A White Tailed Sea Eagle strides across the surface of a frozen lake photographed in Poland by a NaturesLens guide A White Tailed Sea Eagle prepares to land on a frozen lake - photographed in Poland by a NaturesLens guide

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A White Tailed Sea Eagle posed on a frozen lake -  photographed in Poland by a NaturesLens guide

A swooping White Tailed Sea Eagle - photographed in Poland by a NaturesLens guide

The behaviour that singles out this site & makes the opportunities so special for White Tailed Sea Eagle winter photography, is that any gathering of eagles in these large numbers invariably leads to fights over the supplementary food put out for them. If we are lucky enough to get snow for our visit, then the fighting can reach frenzied levels, and leads to incredible photographic opportunities.

A diving White Tailed Sea Eagle - photographed in Poland by a NaturesLens guide   A White Tailed Sea Eagle comes in to land - photographed in Poland by a NaturesLens guide A White Tailed Sea Eagle poses on a frozen lake - photographed in Poland by a NaturesLens guide A White Tailed Sea Eagle flies into shot - photographed in Poland by a NaturesLens guide

The NaturesLens White Tailed Sea Eagle Winter Photography Holiday is priced at £899 & includes:

  • 4 day-long hide sessions for photography of the White Tailed Sea Eagles.
  • All Accommodation & meals.
  • All transfers and transport within Poland.
  • Tuition as required.
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