Wood Duck Strut

A wood duck drake struts along from one pond to another in Reifel Bird Sanctuary just outside of Vancouver, British Columbia. Nikon D800 with Nikkor 200-400mm lens (at 280mm) ISO 800, f/4 at 1/400th of […]

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White-Fronted Brown Lemur

It may be a simple brown lemur, but in my estimation, the white-fronted brown lemur is one of the finest looking of them all. Something elegant about this little guy. This is a male. Females […]

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Sea Otter Pup

Here’s another from my sea otter excursion to Morro Bay back in October. This little pup was resting on its mother’s belly as she did a bit of grooming. It can be difficult sometimes to […]

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Sea Lion Kiss

Few wildlife moments were as fun for me as swimming with and photographing sea lions in the Galápagos Islands. Their natural curiosity and playful nature was apparent as they’d swim up to my snorkel mask […]

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Green Jay

I rarely post birds two days in a row, but after yesterday’s trogon from Thailand, it got me thinking of all the great birds we have here in the United States. Along with the painted […]

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Orange-Breasted Trogon

A male orange-breasted trogon enjoys a meal of caterpillar in Kaeng Krachan National Park in Thailand. Nikon D500 with Nikkor 200-400mm lens (at 300mm) ISO 800, f/4 at 1/160th of a second

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Sportive Lemur in Thorn Trees

This white-footed sportive lemur was resting in a forest of thorn trees. It’s a nocturnal species, but this one took a quick look up before resuming his/her nap. I was in the extreme south of […]

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White Wallaby With Joey

Bennett’s wallabies are usually brown, but on Bruny Island in Tasmania there is a small population of white ones that live amongst the darker members of the troupe (that’s what you call a group of […]

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Hoary Marmot

A hoary marmot rests on a boulder in an alpine meadow in Mount Rainier National Park. These marmots are the largest North American ground squirrels and are often called whistlers for their high pitched warning […]

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Galápagos Land Iguana

I’ve posted several photos of the Galápagos marine iguana in the past. This is the Galápagos land iguana. Unlike the black marine iguanas, the land iguanas are a bright orangish yellow. They are also a […]

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Bear Nap

This mom and her two cubs had just spent the morning fishing (well, mom was doing all the fishing and the cubs were the eager recipients of her hard work). Energy expended, bellies full, it […]

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Bighorn and Badlands

In this image, you can see five bighorn sheep hanging out on the eroded buttes of Badlands National Park in South Dakota. The sun had just set in the distance. The Badlands are a surprisingly […]

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