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From tips & techniques to location & gear reviews, to conservation issues.
Stills or Video? You Can Do Both!
by Joe McDonald | April 26, 2020

Virtually every D SLR today has the capability of shooting video but many who have shot some video often stopped after just a few attempts. Why? Because they did nothing with the video afterwards. Continue reading »

Bird Species Spotlight: King Vulture
by Jake Jacoby | March 22, 2020
On a recent trip to Costa Rica, I was introduced to an entirely new bird species for me, namely, the “king vulture.” This photographic workshop that I attended in Costa Rica was organized and hosted by Naturescapes.net, a specialized travel agency for photographers, and an invaluable resource for them as well. The workshop was led by Greg Downing, the founder and owner of NatureScapes, and Greg Basco. Between the one-on-one assistance of these two professionals, it seemed almost impossible to make a mistake or miss an important shot. Truly, this was the trip of a lifetime for me and I came home with over 5,000 images from this 10-day trip. Continue reading »
Bird Species Spotlight: Snail Kites and Apple Snails
by Jake Jacoby | February 16, 2020
The snail kite is classified as “molluscivore” which is an animal that has a specialized diet of snails. Occasionally they also eat rodents, crayfish, crabs and turtles, but usually this is when snails are in short supply. Continue reading »
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