Public transportation has been a game changer for communities along the original Blue Line (South Boulevard corridor). In this public conversation about getting around in Charlotte, see what the Blue Line Extension has got in store for the NODA and UNC-Charlotte areas. Soon, you won't even need a car to get around in these areas! Reduce your carbon footprint and save the planet!
Event will occur at: NODA Brewing Co., 2921 N Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28206
Carolina Raptor Center Members free/Non-members $5
You probably have seen and admired the wonderful images of wildlife (especially, birds) that you've seen in magazines and at the Raptor Center auction. Wildlife and bird photography is a specialized form of photography that requires special equipment and specialized skills. But it's not that hard to get good results if you know what to practice and have a little patience. It's not even that expensive to get started! This class features wild birds in both sessions for you to practice.
Wildlife and Bird Photography
Instructor: Dick Handshaw
Two, 3-hour classes (this is a two-class series with a week in between for practicing your technique)
Sundays, September 24 and October 1, 9 am – 12:00 pm
Amateur and professional photographers alike will enjoy this professional photo shoot featuring Carolina Raptor Center's resident raptors. Each day highlights over 20 different raptors in unique settings each day. The morning starts with an early-bird breakfast at 7:30 a.m., followed by six, thirty-minute sessions, including a free-flight rotation with some of our flight show superstars.
Guest Type1-Day PassWeekend Pass**Member $65.00$100.00 (use promo code: CRCMEMBER at check out)Non-member $90.00$150.00 (use promo code: PWNONMEMBER at check out)Student $40.00$60.00 (use promo code: PWSTUDENT at check out)Photo Assistant $25.00$25.00
Carolina Raptor Center will celebrate International Science Center and Science Museum Day with a FREE Day for residents of Mecklenburg County. We'll have hands on activities for kids and adults that celebrate how birds have inspired science innovation for thousands of years.
FREE Admission for Mecklenburg County Residents with Valid ID