Registration is now open for the
2016 Lesser Prairie-Chicken Festival!
April 13-20, 2016
- The Wednesday Greater Prairie-Chicken Viewing
has just 2 spots leftis FULL.
- The Thursday Photo Workshop with Noppadol Paothong has just 4 spots left
- The Friday LPC Viewing from blinds and van is FULL.
There is still room available Saturday (5 spots) and Sunday (10 spots)
- The Friday Photographer’s Package is FULL.
There is still room on Saturday (2 spots) and Sunday (5 spots)
- The Saturday Harper County Birding Trek is FULL
Join us in Woodward, Oklahoma, in northwest Oklahoma April 13-19 for the 2016 Lesser Prairie-Chicken Festival. The 2016 festival will feature keynote speaker Pete Dunne. Besides seeing the Lesser Prairie-Chickens (and so far 99% of participants have had close looks!) and birding around northwest Oklahoma, we expect to again offer these special features for 2016:
- An opportunity to view Greater Prairie-Chickens from blinds in Osage County, Oklahoma!
- Packages designed specifically for photographers!
If you have any question, feel free to contact John Kennington at 918-809-6325 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Keynote Speaker Pete Dunne
Pete Dunne is currently Birding Ambassador for the New Jersey Audubon Society. He has recently retired as Director of the Cape May Bird Observatory, and is the founder of the World Series of Birding. Pete is a well known author and co-author of numerous books about birds and birding including Hawks in Flight , Pete Dunne on Birding , Pete Dunne’s Essential Field Guide Companion and The Art of Pishing . He is a regular columnist in a number of birding publications such as American Birds, Birding , Living Bird, Birder’s World and WildBird . Best known for his skills as a hawk watcher, he is equally fascinated by shorebirds and songbirds. Pete has been leading workshops and tours for nearly 30 years and he delights in sharing with others his knowledge and passion for birds.
Photography Workshop Leader
Noppadol Paothong is a staff photographer for Missouri Conservationist, one of the largest state conservation magazines. His work has received numerous awards. For ten years he documented North American grouse for his critically acclaimed book Save The Last Dance, A Story of North American Grassland Grouse, published in 2014. To see Noppadol’s work, visit www.nopnatureimages.com