Madagascar Flying Fox

The light wasn’t great on this one, but I liked the outstretched wings of this Madagascar flying fox just after it came in to roost. Shouldn’t be a surprise from the picture, that flying foxes […]

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Long-Tailed Meadowlark

This is a male long-tailed meadowlark that I photographed on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands. The blurred out yellow in the background is the gorse flowers that were growing all over the island when […]

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Thistledown Velvet Ant

I was only able to get out to the desert for one night while in Los Angeles for business last week. I was hoping for bighorn sheep in Anza-Borrego State Park so I got up […]

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Mountain Goat Kid

This mountain goat kid was enjoying the view, up above the clouds on Mount Evans near Denver, Colorado. Nikon D810 with Nikkor 17-35mm lens (at 35mm) ISO 800, f/20 at 1/160th of a second

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World Koala Day

It has come to my attention that yesterday was “Wild Koala Day.” I figured better a day late than not at all. So here is a koala that I met back in 2007 on Kangaroo […]

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Silver Gulls Mating

The silver gull is the most common gull in Australia, being present in all six states. These two were photographed in Freycinet National Park in Tasmania, and as you can see they were attempting to […]

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Nursing Stump-Tailed Macaque

I spent quite a bit of time with this troop of stump-tailed macaques on the Malay Peninsula of Thailand. They were very accepting of my presence and I was able to get quite a few […]

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Monarch Butterfly Migration

Monarch Butterflies take part in one of the longest migrations in the world. They travel up to 2,500 miles. Those east of the Rocky Mountains will winter in Mexico, while those west of the Rockies […]

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Young Red-Bellied Lemur

As mentioned before on this blog, there are a staggering variety of lemurs in Madagascar. Some are strictly nocturnal while others are only active during the day. Then there’s the red-bellied lemur. It is what […]

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This is the time of year that chipmunks seem to come out of nowhere. That nowhere is actually hibernation. Much like bears, they spend the cold winter months bedded down in their burrows. This chipmunk […]

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World Penguin Day

It’s been brought to my attention that today (well, by the time of this posting, yesterday) is World Penguin Day. Couldn’t miss the opportunity to post another of the friendly locals from the Falkland Islands. […]

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Wild Burro

As I pack my bags for a work trip out to California to shoot a few peanut butter commercials, I was reminded of a similar shot a couple of years back when I had a […]

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