The Kansas whitetail deer are some of the largest in North America. In this video series, pro wildlife photographer Doug Gardner takes you to Ford County, Kansas where he captures beautiful images of the these remarkable creatures. Rutting season is in full swing, and the bucks are chasing the does. With the aid of a satellite map, Doug follows deer tracks and discovers trees and ground scrapes where the bucks have left their scent. Along the Arkansas River, he constructs a deer blind in the woods. Camouflaged in the blind, he aims his 500mm lens through the peephole and photographs bucks and does in action and in portraits. Along the way he tells you about the lessons he has learned in photographing wildlife over the years.
See all videos in our Capturing the Kansas City Whitetail Deer Course:
- Capturing the Kansas City Whitetail Deer – Course Preview
- Preparing to Photograph White Tailed Deer
- Photographing White Tailed Deer Through a Blind
- More Tips for Capturing Whitetail Deer