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Scavenger Hide

Zimanga Private Reserve, South Africa Scavengers, hyenas, vultures, Mirabeau Storks, jackals and the like, are an important part of the ecosystem in Africa. Hyenas and vultures in particular are necessary to keep the spread of […]

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Horses of Andalusia, Spain

Hacienda Buena Suerte Andalusia is “horse country” in Spain, but it’s not just PRE horses. At Haciendo Buena Suerte we photographed PRE, Lusitano (a close first cousin of the PRE), and even a couple of […]

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Horses of Andalusia, Spain

Yeguada Cartuja While the PRE (Pure Spanish Horse) is one of the oldest breed of horses, a strain of the PRE called Carthusian is said to be the purest of the breed. This line is […]

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BIRDBATH HIDE

Zimanga Private Game Reserve, South Africa In Africa hides (aka blinds) are becoming more popular. A hide is usually established at a watering site. This gives the photographer/observer a way to watch the wildlife quietly […]

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Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

Part II – Cats This year the abundance of elephants and their calves seemed to be the theme in Kenya. However, we were also fortunate to see a few cats as well. There weren’t many […]

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Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

Part I – Elephants Lewa Conservancy is located just south of Samburu National Reserve at a higher altitude and at lower temperatures. It was originally founded as a Rhino Sanctuary in 1983 to protect the […]

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Photographing Frogs 2021

Part II I enjoyed the challenge of finding new props for my little frogs as well as trying out some new techniques. The red gladiola turned out to be a real find as it went […]

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Photographing Frogs 2021

Part I Once and sometimes twice a year I make time to photograph Patrick Nabors’ tiny exotic frogs. I’ve been doing this since 2008, and it’s something that I never tire of. It’s fun, challenging […]

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BEARS 2021

PART IV Each year while photographing Bears (weather permitting) we have the opportunity to take a boat to a nearby tiny island which we call Puffin Island. The island is made up mostly of rocky […]

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BEARS 2021

PART III Our guide took us to a bear who was relaxing on a log near a small inlet. Unfortunately, the mosquitos were so bad that he couldn’t get comfortable. His solution was fun to […]

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