Category Archives: Wildlife Photography

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The Voyage of the Red Knot

  This past spring, I had the opportunity to spend a morning laying face down in the sand photographing red knots. This was a long time coming for me. For many years I have threatened […]

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Chasing Patterns of Light

  High up in the Canadian Rocky Mountains of Alberta, I found myself one morning on the hunt for moose. The moose here somehow are eclipsed by the fame of the elk rut. But coming […]

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Wild Horses Out of the Fog

It never ceases to amaze me what I find along the beach in the morning. From old fossils washed up, to pieces of shipwrecks, beautiful shells, and even wildlife. This particular morning, I was heading […]

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Green Jays of the Rio Grande Valley

  Of all the birds in the United Sates, I might have to argue that this one, the green jay, is the most stunning, the most colorful, the most beautiful of them all. This is […]

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Western Diamondbacks along the Rio Grande

A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity to escape what we like to call the mud season around Yellowstone. Mud season, that time of the year where the snow has melted in the […]

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Rocky Mountain Arsenal

For the last couple of years, I have been on a quest for big mule deer bucks. Now, living in the West as I do, mule deer are absolutely everywhere. On every pasture, in every […]

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Crocodiles of the Cuero y Salado Honduras

Floating down the Rio Saluda in a small native boat in Honduras, I found myself searching for crocodiles at high noon. This wasn’t exactly the time of day one expects to do any serious wildlife […]

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Swimming Horses

Along the coast of North Carolina, there is a population of wild horses thought to be the oldest in North America. It was here where Western Civilization first crashed into mainland North America, and these […]

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Story Trumps Everything

When is it OK not to see the eyes of your wildlife subject? When is it OK to photograph “butt shots?” When the story that the photograph tells is powerful enough to override just about […]

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Fishing Bears with the Nikon D5

There is definitely something exhilarating about watching a 400lb sow brown bear come charging straight at you through the water. Of course, that feeling would be a little different if it wasn’t for the fact […]

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