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Doe-see-Doe at Big Meadows

Shenandoah National Park is home to a large population of White tailed deer. Within this protected haven, overtime these deer have learned to not fear humans without the presence of hunters. 169 more words


Test Shoot - Ashridge Estate

My first attempt of deer photography was a wildlife walk , lead by a National Trust member of staff, which I felt for the first attempt would give me some tracking and stalking insight into the deer. 571 more words


My visit to the Shenandoah National Park this past week was nothing short of spectacular. We were there to hike, but a heavy storm came through in the middle of the week and caused us to change our plans. 388 more words


Urban British Wildlife – Beauty or Nuisance?

Due to the heavy growth in population within the UK, the development of houses and flats on empty Greenland has significantly increased over the last few years. 928 more words

Three Rain Forest Stories

By Doug and Joanne Schwartz

Story 1

Now the morning howling has settled down and again the myriad of bird and insect sounds are audible. We are dressed, water boots on, cameras and binoculars in hand, and out the door. 952 more words

Biological Monitoring Project

Photo Safari in the Amazon

My name is Oscar Dewhurst and I’m currently on a gap year before
 starting university in October. I’m a 19 year-old wildlife
 photographer and birder and will be spending the next 2 months
 volunteering as a photographer at Los Amigos Biological Research
 Station. 297 more words

Biological Monitoring Project