My Favorite Wildlife Photography

My Favorite Wildlife Photography

Here are some of my favorite images of the animals I have captured on my travels in the past decade.  Please enjoy! 

A white egret with its catch of the day in Turks and Caicos.

A splendid quetzal also known as the Plumed Serpent Diety, in Santiago de Atitlan, Guatemala.


A Titi monkey peers as me through the trees in the Peruvian Amazon.


I came upon a roseate spoonbill bathing in Crooked River State Park, St. Mary's Georgia. 

Sometimes birds in captivity can be aggressive towards the other foul. This one wears blinders. It was captured in the Guatemala City Zoo. 

An infant vervet monkey inspects my vintage camera at a wildlife sanctuary in South Africa. 

After my last Sundance I was sitting on a beach on Lake Michigan when I was blessed with an encounter with two juvenile red foxes playing together several feet from me. It was such a treat to be so close to them. 

While volunteering for Guacamayas in Flores, Guatemala, a spider monkey and her family sat in a tree watching and posing for me for more than a half hour. A rare accurance and such a gift!

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