Author Archives: Sean Crane


Stump-Tailed Macaque

I had a lot of fun with this troop of stump-tailed macaques while I was in Thailand. There must have been forty of them, if not more, surrounding me as they stopped to rest, play, […]

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Best of 2017

As the year comes to an end, time to look back on the highlights of 2017. For the first time in about 15 years, I didn’t do any international shooting (well, with the exception of […]

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White Squirrel

Merry Christmas everyone. I’ll be back in the new year with more wildlife photos from around the world. In the meantime, here’s a white squirrel, photographed in Olney, Illinois a few years back. Nikon D300 […]

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Dall Sheep Mother and Lamb

On my Alaska trip I had hoped to photograph a few Dall rams by hiking high up into their mountainous range. No luck. I did, however, get to see a few ewes with lambs grazing […]

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Coatis Foraging

I had a good time with this band of coatis, deep inside Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica. There were about 20 to 30 total individuals. After a while, they forgot I was even there […]

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Polar Bear Dance

As the weather gets colder, it seemed appropriate to pull an image from my polar bear folder. I saw lots of activity like this while in northern Manitoba, Canada — the bears play fighting while […]

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Burrowing Owl Getting Low

There’s a reason they call them burrowing owls. Unlike most other owls that exist mostly in trees, these guys live down in the ground. This little guy was hiding amidst the grasses, flowers and weeds […]

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Tiger Face

I only saw one tiger in Kanha National Park in India and it was rather difficult getting a clear view through the thick vegetation. I was able to get pretty close, however, (with the help […]

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Backlit Brown Bear

This guy was one of the juvenile brown bears that stayed close to our lodge, seeking security from the bigger boys out there. He also had a nice blondish coat, which picked up the backlighting […]

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Mountain Gorilla Mother and Baby

The hour I spent photographing mountain gorillas in the jungles of Uganda still ranks as one of my favorite wildlife experiences. I’d love to get back some day and try again. Due to their status […]

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Slender Mongoose

The slender mongoose is a crafty little carnivore widespread throughout sub-Sahara Africa. The species also happens to be a dead ringer for my good friend Tony who got engaged last night. So this one goes […]

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Dusky Langur(s)

My favorite part of this photo is not the main subject — a dusky langur — but the second langur which I didn’t notice until I was reviewing these photos. You can see him/her up […]

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