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Oakley Street Canvasbacks

The Canvasback ducks have been quite busy having a conference at Oakley Street in Cambridge, Maryland. Seems its time that they start planning their escape to the north. 60 more words


I'm Not Like the Others - Delmarva Fox Squirrel

Hi ! My name is Fred and I’m not like the other squirrels. In fact, I’m an endangered Delmarva Fox Squirrel.

My cousins and I only number around 20,000 and live in the eastern shore of Maryland and Virginia. 37 more words


The unknowable path ahead

Just seeing that merganser thrusting herself up to get a better view makes me smile. With water droplets falling off her feathers, it looks like she’s straining to see the future. 399 more words


Elusive Mr. Fox

Now that the snow and ice have finally melted, I’ve been continuing my search for Mr. Fox. When the snow fell, I attempted to identify and follow said Mr. 349 more words


Natasha Geiling: Can a Gorilla Really Get Drunk From Bamboo?

Smithsonian: few weeks back, the Internet went a little crazy over an image of a gorilla. In the photograph seen above, an imposing gorilla stands squarely before the camera, his brow furrowed. 52 more words


Conservation Photography: The Power of Pictures

On Earth Day, wildlife photographer Chris Weston explains how photographs have the power to bring people together and create change.

The tiger appeared from nowhere, like an apparition in the tall, dry grass. 1,165 more words


Continually Inspired - A Tribute To My Favorite Wildlife Photographer: Thomas Mangelsen

A few short months ago I walked into the Mangelsen gallery on Girard Ave in La Jolla, CA and was amazed to find out that Tom would be in town within the next week for a book signing.  614 more words