Giraffes battle over mating rights and territory but sometimes they are just learning to fight or fighting to find their place in the hierarchy. New research has suggested there are rules to these more casual spars.
I share with you all of my favorite photography and wildlife encounter moments form my safaris in September 2021. Highlights include baby leopards, lion cubs, and girafees
I hosted 2 photo safari groups in May 2021. The guests were wonderful and fun people and we were rewarded for being brave early post pandemic travelers with exciting wildlife encounters and no other tourists around.
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The Kudu, Nyala, and Waterbuck are antelope both found in South Africa. They have similarities, especially in the females, but once you know the differentiating features, you can quickly tell them apart. Here are some images to help you learn each species.
While on safari I like to keep my equipment streamlined and light. My Canon 70 – 200mm f2.8 has taken the bulk of my wildlife image, but I updated my long lens to the Canon EF 400mm a light and compact powerhouse
This post is my look back at the best moments from my 2019 roster of photography tours and underwater photography adventures. My adventures include Safaris in South Africa, Diving with sharks in the Bahamas, grizzlies and polar bears in Canada
My 2019 Polar Expedition to Churchill Trip Report features a description of how we get out to the bears and my photo results. We had many bears and some with cubs this year. It was one of the best seasons I have experienced.
Members of a Southern Ground Hornbill family group take on different roles in order to raise chicks. Family members also must cooperate to defend territory or risk young members being kidnapped by rival hornbill groups.
My favorite moments while on safari are not the perfect photos, but the times when we get to be special observers into the lives of wildlife or see something completely unexpected.