Zebra in Tall Grass

A zebra, sort of hiding in the tall grass of the Okavango Delta in Botswana. It was early in the morning and there was a herd of tsessebe with a few zebra mixed in here […]

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This little mushroom was growing out of a fallen redwood in Big Basin National Park in California. I’m no fungi expert so not sure of the exact species, but Big Basin is one of the […]

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Dik Dik

Dik diks are only about 15 inches tall at the shoulder and about 27 inches long. They are very small deer that live throughout Eastern Africa. I mean, really small. They actually kind of look […]

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Sally Lightfoot Crab Conversing with Marine Iguana

Last week I posted a stingray from La Fe Island in the Galapagos. Here are two more of the diminutive island’s locals — a Sally Lightfoot crab having a bit of a conversation with a […]

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Black-Handed Spider Monkey

Here’s one from Mexico. A black-handed spider monkey, or if you prefer, Geoffroy’s spider monkey. I was in the Punta Laguna Nature Reserve, not far from Tulum when I came across quite a few of […]

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Gaur (aka, the Indian Bison)

The gaur is the largest bovine native to Southeast Asia. It is also appropriately known as the Indian bison. I photographed these two in Kanha National Park in India. I liked the view from behind, […]

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White-Crowned Parrots

These two white-crowned parrots were preening each other atop a dead palm tree, occasionally popping in and out of the hollow in the tree. They are relatively small parrots and their range is fully within […]

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It was nice to get the camera underwater while in the Galapagos Islands. I didn’t do anything more than snorkeling, but still, there were plenty of large subjects around that were easy enough to photograph […]

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Cheetah Marking Territory

This cheetah was just doing what any self-respecting cheetah would do. Marking his territory. He was one of three brothers that I saw over the course of a few days while staying in northern Botswana. […]

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Beaver are one North American mammal that I wish I had more photos of. I see them from time to time, but they have a well developed warning system when they sense an intruder and […]

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Mating Pacific Green Sea Turtles

A shaft of late afternoon light lit up this sea turtle’s face as she was attempting to make little sea turtles with that barnacle-nosed guy back behind her. We weren’t far from the coast of […]

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I’ve only seen kinkajou a couple of times and only once was I able to get decent photos. I think this guy gave me a little extra time to grab the shot because he didn’t […]

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