Tag Archives: conservation

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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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Sage Grouse: America’s Bird of Paradise P. 2

One hundred years ago there was an estimated 16 million greater sage grouse in the world. At least that is according to those who figure things out like that.  Theirs was a world of seemingly never […]

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Sage Grouse: America’s Birds of Paradise p. 1

Last week I was driving down a long wash board dirt road through a veritable sea of sagebrush. I had been here before a couple of years ago in this remote section of high desert […]

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Three Toed Sloth on Cover of Outdoors Unlimited

26 This year, while I was down in Panama, I learned that a photograph of mine from a trip to Panama last year made the front cover of December’s Outdoors Unlimited. This is a photo […]

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Lilliputians in the land of Giants

When it comes to photographing this poison frogs in the Panamanian rainforest, I like to get eye to eye with my subject. This lets me enter into their world. It makes them leap out of […]

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The Lovely Poison Dart Frog

The Lovely Poison Frog – yes that is its real name! A.K.A: Phyllobates lugubris Look closely at its back. That is a tadpole right there. The males of the species stand guard over the eggs that […]

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Poison Dart Frog – Bastimentos Red

Based out of the Boca del Toro region of Panama, I spent the last week finding and photographing poison dart frogs, sloths, tropical birds, and tropicbirds (this last one is an actual species). The islands […]

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