King Penguin Rush Hour

King penguins get up and at it early in the morning. What exactly it is that they are up and at isn’t always clear. They scurry around as a group, heading to the surf, running […]

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Bighorn Ram in Snow

It’s tough being a bighorn sheep in Yellowstone in the winter. Finding suitable grass for grazing can be quite a challenge with all the snowfall that the park gets. This ram was opportunistically feeding on […]

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Red-Footed Tortoise

Here’s another one of the red-footed tortoises that I saw on St Barths. Unlike the previous wide angle shot, for this one, I used my long lens and caught the tortoise as it slowly moved […]

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White Woodpecker

I loved the look of this bird when I first saw a few of them in Brazil a few years back. The yellow eye patch against the white feathers is very distinctive. Citrus farmers are […]

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Short-Beaked Echidna

There is just something about echidnas that is very charming. They aren’t much more than a ball of spines with a long nose, but they seem to pack a lot of personality into their small […]

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Paris Peacock Butterfly

I liked the name of this butterfly that I photographed in Thailand — the Paris Peacock. I wanted to capture the brilliant green of the topside of the wings, while also displaying the underside with […]

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Baby Stump-Tailed Macaques at Play

I had a lot of fun photographing this troop of stump-tailed macaques on the Malay Peninsula in Thailand — especially these youngsters who were constantly at play. Nikon D810 with Nikkor 70-200mm lens (at 200mm) […]

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Pronghorn Landscape

Yellowstone is a great park to capture photos of animals in the landscape. Pronghorn seem to be more and more common at Yellowstone and provide nice subjects for such shots. I remember ten or more […]

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Galápagos Hawk

Here’s another raptor. This time a Galápagos hawk from Rabida Island in the Galápagos Islands of Ecuador. As with most of the wildlife on the islands, there is a lack of fear of human visitors. […]

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Nine-Banded Armadillo

Nine-banded armadillos are quite common in Florida, but they can be difficult to photograph. They don’t have very good eyesight, but they have a great sense of smell and hearing. I spotted quite a few […]

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Polar Bear Stare

In a bit of a role reversal from what we are used to, at Seal River Lodge in northern Manitoba, Canada, the humans are the ones caged in while the polar bears roam free. While […]

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Meerkat Morning

As the sun starts to rise on the Makgadikgadi Pan in Botswana, the meerkats start to wake up and begin playing just outside their burrows. Soon thereafter, they head out into the desert for a […]

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