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Special Two-Part Program on “How to Photograph Eagles”

  • 29 Feb 2020
  • 1:30 PM

Everyone loves to see bald eagles in the wild, and we want to take pictures of these beautiful creatures too.  Sometimes however, those photos don’t turn out so well.  Let’s fix that.

The upcoming special 2-part program at Hobbs State Park on February 29th on How to Photograph Eagles will help you fine tune the eagle photos you take.  Your instructor is a skilled professional.

Tim Johnson, nature photographer with the Photographic Society of Northwest Arkansas, starts things off at 1:30 pm with a short lecture at the visitor center at Hobbs.  Here you will learn some great tips when photographing eagles.  The group will then head to Rocky Branch Marina for a 3:00 beginning of your eagle cruise on beautiful Beaver Lake.  Tim will go with the group to help everyone apply what they just learned at the visitor center.

Don’t miss this free opportunity to learn from an expert photographer.

Where:  Hobbs State Park visitor center located on Hwy. 12 just east of the Hwy. 12/War Eagle road intersection

When:  February 29, 2020
1:30 pm Hobbs State Park visitor center - lecture
3:00 pm Rock Branch Marina
(travel as a group after the lecture to the marina)

Cost:  Adults $10.00 + tax.  Children 6-12 $5.00 + tax.  Tickets must be purchased in advance. 

 For more information and to register, call:  479-789-5000

To learn more about the Photographic Society of NW Arkansas, go to the website:

This program is a continuation of the Friends of Hobbs Speaker Series.  To learn more about upcoming Friends of Hobbs speakers, other Park programs, or room rentals, go to: and

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