Show Us Your Wildlife Photography

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  1. Jim

    EXCELLENT photo-nice and sharp, colorful, lots of detail, shows action and behavior. Composition is perfect and tells a story. Job well done!!!

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  2. Joseph Arbo

    I care for an inner city Park and this Robin returns each year to the exact spot to give birth each year. I remove her nest in the fall and she rebuilds a new one each year.

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  3. Nina Nelson

    Black capped night heron, taken with my Canon 90D, Tamron 24-400mm lens, 1/1000 sec., f/6.3, ISO 800

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  4. Richard Vincent

    Taken while hiking around in South Carolina. large alligator on a tree over the water. Love the reflection. Notice the turtle ahead of the alligator.

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  5. STEVE

    The penguins were spread out all around me on this remote ocean pond in the Falklands. Every once in a while, one of them would raise his head and belt out a call. I could not tell if he was calling for his mother, or just complaining about the crowds around him. http://wshe.es/NdbiGuCC

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  6. Deanna Marsh

    I am a wildlife, landscape and travel photographer. I spent a fantastic 12 days in Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambie and South Africa. Africa to me if the closest you can get to God’s country as He envisioned it. The people were so wonderful, spent a day with some children at a village, it was wonderful. And the wildlife, so lovely. Going back this year

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  7. gary ernest lilley

    I took this picture on my dream south Africa safari last September, we stopped for a break and strecth our legs and i saw these zebras so i took a few shots and this is one of the best of them enjoy

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  8. David. Shockley

    I usually do more sports photos but I retired recently and most days relax on our patio and just take pics of the ducks, the blue herron and hummingbirds.

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    • SASKIA

      I was not hiking at a Texas State park. this image was taken from a boat in the intercoastal waterway. BTW what is wrong with the wildlife in Texas State Parks?

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  9. Gordon W Padley

    Sea Gull paddling in the lake. regular settings taking in Timmins Ontario, gillies lake.

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  10. Joseph

    I am an amateur / hobbyist photographer and I have learned quite abit, however I have much to learn. Feedback is appreciated. Thanks.

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  11. Philip Morris

    This Robin had been watching me for days while gardening then he decided to be my freind.

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  12. carol361

    I had to take my photos during Evey kind of light. I was very happy with this one, you can see the water droplets on his whiskers and a fly buzzing about

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  13. Pat Allardyce

    “Excuse me I’m bathing”! ” Hmm, wonder where Mom is?” I’m sure I wondered where she is more then this little black bear cub did!!!
    Taken at Waterton Park, Alberta

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  14. JOSEPH

    he was hungry. Second one he had, taken in a zoo park, the hippo wasn’t interested but the little guy was.

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  15. Clifford J Park

    I am just an amateur photographer that loves to go out into the local countryside and capture the local wildlife.

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  16. Brent Johnson

    This was taken at Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma on a Nikon D3300 1/400,f7.6, and ISO-400.

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  17. ctaycats

    I’m an amateur photographer and I’m loving all that the mountains of West Virginia have to offer this summer. I am learning something new everyday. Feedback is appreciated. Thanks.

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  18. Kenn West

    She was on a higher branch and I asked her to move closer and she did.

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