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Saturday, October 7th, 2023 | 10:00am - 12:00pm

Where We Will Meet

Parking lot of T&D's Cats of the World at 10 am

Where The Walk Will End

End at Parking lot of T&D's Cats of the World by Noon

About This Walk

    The Lewisburg Photography Club has arranged a Scott Kelby Photo Walk at T&D’s Cats of the World starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday October 7, 2023.
    For those who have never been to T&D’s Cats of the World, it is a wild animal refuge park in Penns Creek, PA (13 miles from Lewisburg, PA).  For information, visit their website at
    When you visit their website, you will notice T&D’s Cats closes to the public at end of September.  A Lewisburg Photo Club member Louise Higgins, who is a long time volunteer at T&D’s Cats, has arranged a special tour for the Photo Club.  Basically, we will have the park to ourselves with no one else in the park to cause distractions.  We are to meet in T&D’s parking lot at 10 am.  The entry fee is $15 per person (MUST be CASH).  Louise will lead our tour and one requirement is that we must stick together as a group.  Since Louise is a photographer and understands that photographers need time to take pictures, she will give us plenty of time for photos.  A normal tour takes an hour and 20 minutes.  Louise has allocated two hours for our photo walk.  Louise will explain other refuge rules before we start the tour.  Most are easy for us to follow such as “No running.”
    If you have never been to T&D’s Cats of the World, this is a great chance to visit.  Others such as family members may join our photo walk as long as they understand they must follow the rules and pay the $15 fee.  They did not need to be registered on the Scott Kelby Photo Walk website.
    Dan Hyde is the Scott Kelby Walk Leader. Dan was Chair of the Lewisburg Photography Club for six years and has led many photo tours in the past.  He recommends a hat, bug spray, a water bottle, and good walking shoes as we will be walking mostly outside. Further, he recommends a lens that zooms from wide angle to telephoto.  He plans to bring his 24-240 mm zoom lens. Dan’s cell phone: 570-713-9246
    More Photowalk details on the Lewisburg Photography Club’s website at
Saturday October 7th 8am:  Yes, the Photowalk is still a go!
      Bring rain gear.  To protect your camera, I suggest a large zip lock bag where you cut a hole for the camera’s lens and a rubber band on the plastic bag near the end of the lens.
      Hopefully, the rain is over for our area.  🙂
      See you soon!

2 Responses

  1. A normal tour of the wildlife refuge with visitors wandering between animal enclosures and watching the animals takes about an hour and 20 minutes. I would estimate the actual walking distance is a half a mile. Dan

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