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Welcome to one of the most celebrated and beautiful festivals in the nation ...
Florida’s Birding & Photo Fest
EXHIBITORS - VENDORS
to our 2019
Join Us This Year! April 22-26, 2020
• Review offerings under SPEAKERS & WORKSHOPS / OUTDOOR TOURS - make note of your selections.
• Ready to buy tickets? Click the REGISTER HERE & BUY TICKETS button which takes you to our Ticketing Site.
• Select and add your Festival Registration and your event tickets to your cart and check out.
This year's headquarters is located in Celebration Hall at St. Anastasia
Our sincerest thanks go out to all of this year's participants, volunteers, sponsors, vendors, and exhibitors
for another incredible year!
All of you make the festival a huge success!
We look forward to seeing you at this year's festival!
April 22-26, 2020
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Why You Should Lighten the Load
Photography Seminar (Meeting Location: Celebration Hall at St. Anastasia, 5205 A1A South)
THURSDAY 3 TO 4:30 P.M.
Difficulty Level: All Levels
Max No. People: 30
Lee Hoy grew up in Oklahoma and Texas and refers to himself as a “Tokie.” His interest in wildlife began with regular trips as a child to the Oklahoma City Zoo and the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in southwest Oklahoma. Lee is a contributing photographer for Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine and Texas Highways. More than being published, he enjoys teaching others to capture images that bring them joy! Lee has taught beginning birding, sparrow identification and photography classes for many Audubon and birding groups and currently serves on the board of the Texas Ornithological Society.
Lee makes his home at 6,143’ up in the Davis Mountains of west Texas, just north of Big Bend National Park, where a herd of six Javelina keep him company when he isn’t out photographing wildlife, landscapes, night skies, or macro images.