Bears 2022 – Part II

Each morning while I was at Lake Clark National Park in Alaska mama bear (Agra) would bring her two cubs out to walk the beach looking for fish or clams. Not finding much she kept up a fast pace. The two cubs didn't seem to mind, running, playing and exploring along the way. The Morning Routine Agra's first stop was to check out the…

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Bears 2022 – Part I

This year I had hoped to photograph the Alaskan Coastal Brown Bears fishing for salmon. My dates were for what has been traditionally the peak of the salmon run. However, as often happens in wildlife photography Mother Nature refused to cooperate. An inordinate amount of rain in previous weeks had raised the level of the water and the salmon had not begun their run.…

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Namibia-N/a’an ku sê

Several years ago I made a trip to Namibia in southern Africa. Our first stop was at N/a'an ku sê, a wildlife sanctuary not far from Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. Established by conservationists, Marlice Van Vuuren and her husband, the sanctuary works to find ways for farmers and cheetahs and other predators to co-exist.

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Florida Birds 2022

Part III — Before leaving the west coast of Florida I went to Coral Gables in search of Burrowing Owls. I was shocked to find that many of the burrows that I’d visited in previous years were no longer there. Instead, houses were built or being built.

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Florida Birds 2022

Part I — Circumstances the past couple of years have prevented me from making my annual trip to Florida to photograph birds, so I was very happy to finally make it back last week. I began my sojourn on the west coast below Fort Meyers.

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