An Annual Wildlife Photography Festival in an Ideal Location
A close look at the South Texas Brush Country reveals a surprisingly complex and diverse environment filled with animal and plant richness found nowhere else north of Mexico. Known as the South Texas Plains, the brush country has the highest recorded number of bird species in Texas, and by extension, the highest avian richness in the United States. Complementing the birds are some of the strangest and most interesting plants, reptiles, and insects to be found in North America.
What an incredible place for wildlife photography! A group of award-winning wildlife photographers and master naturalists, together with the Bee County Chamber of Commerce and local ranch owners, have put together a learning adventure and outdoor experience that will last a lifetime. Come join us March 14 -16, 2019 for the second annual Brush Country Photo Safari and take home memories you’ll treasure forever.