• 0:41

    Coastal South Carolina is home to a large variety of nesting shorebirds. In this video series, pro wildlife photographer Doug Gardner takes you to the coastal beaches where he captures exquisite images of the these remarkable birds. He photographs fast-moving sandpipers and willets feeding on horseshoe crab eggs. He ventures into Charleston’s Crab Bank for

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  • 4:45

    It’s late spring in coastal Carolina and the birds are gathering. In this video, expert wildlife photographer Doug Gardner takes you to Charleston harbor for tips and techniques on capturing seabirds foraging for food on a sandy shoreline. He photographs fast-moving sandpipers and willets feeding on horseshoe crab eggs. With his telephoto lens, he uses

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  • 10:05

    Coastal South Carolina is home to thousands of nesting sea birds. In this video, expert wildlife photographers Doug Gardner and Eric Horan take you to Charleston’s Crab Bank for tips on capturing pelicans, terns, skimmers, clapper rails, and more. You will learn how to photograph birds in flight and nesting with their chicks. You will

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  • 6:09

    Photographing shorebirds takes some exposure adjustments. In this video, expert wildlife photographer Doug Gardner sets up on a beach and looks for the perfect exposure to capture these active birds. It’s early morning, and the water is cool blue, the marsh grass a warm green. Doug measures his exposure off the water, his camera reading

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  • 3:16

    The Carolina tidal flats offer wonderful opportunities to photograph shorebirds. In this video, expert wildlife photographer Doug Gardner ventures onto the slimy pluff mud to capture images of short-billed dowitchers, black bellied plovers, sandpipers, terns, and more. Rich in decaying crustaceans, pluff mud is an ideal environment for birds to feed on. Doug is able

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  • 0:41

    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

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  • 6:21

    Capturing the Kansas whitetail deer takes careful preparation and planning. In this video, pro wildlife photographer Doug Gardner shows you all you need to know about preparing to photograph the whitetails in southwestern Kansas. He uses a satellite map to locate the ideal habitat: a convergence of the Arkansas River, three low-ground draws, and a

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  • 14:01

    Photographing whitetail deer from an outdoor blind requires all your technical and artistic skills. In this video, pro wildlife photographer Doug Gardner gives you tips and techniques from the blind he constructed along the Arkansas River in Kansas. To learn the habits of deer in the wild, he suggests you talk to hunters on how

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  • 4:12

    To capture the Kansas whitetail deer, you need a sturdy blind and a lot of patience. In this video, pro wildlife photographer Doug Gardner takes cover in a camouflage blind and waits quietly for the deer to appear. Rutting season is in full swing, and the bucks are romancing the does in the safety of

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