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What’s in your camera bag: Yellowstone Photography

What’s in your camera bag: Yellowstone Photography

WWF April 19, 2017 0

WWF’s Mac Mirabile recently traveled through Yellowstone on our Yellowstone Wolf Quest & Photo Adventure. He shares with us what he packed in his camera bag: Think Tank Street Walker Hard Drive Camera Bag –

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Canyons of the Southwest – Top Photos

Canyons of the Southwest – Top Photos

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl December 14, 2015 0

In honor of the striking desert landscapes of the American Southwest that have long captivated photographers and scenic landscape enthusiasts alike, we are in search of the best photos that the Southwest US has

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5 Photo Tips for Shooting Grizzly Bears

5 Photo Tips for Shooting Grizzly Bears

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl October 12, 2015 0

 The opportunity to experience and photograph a giant Brown Bear in its natural habitat is in a word – awesome! And photos don’t lie. In fact, we would go so far as to suggest

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Video: Discovering the Unseen Natural World

Video: Discovering the Unseen Natural World

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 9, 2015 6

Big, charismatic fauna and the large terrains and environments they live in—such as polar bears in the Arctic and whales in the world’s oceans—are always captivating. However, we sometimes forget that there are other

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Tell a River’s Conservation Story Through Photography

Tell a River’s Conservation Story Through Photography

WWF July 8, 2015 0

It was barely dawn. We huddled amongst hard, orange rocks of Zion National Park, listening carefully to the trickle of water of that once carved its way through the canyon. Peter, as usual, took

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Talking about Takin and other Wonders of Bhutan

Talking about Takin and other Wonders of Bhutan

WWF December 24, 2014 0

Rachel Kramer is a Program Officer for Wildlife Conservation and TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network. Just before joining WWF she traveled through Bhutan with her friend and fellow photographer, Kristan Norvig, exploring the

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Great Bear Rainforest Rambles and Spirit Bear Sightings

Great Bear Rainforest Rambles and Spirit Bear Sightings

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 6, 2014 20

Running 250 miles down the British Columbia, Canada, coast, the Great Bear Rainforest is a wild expanse of western cedars, hemlocks and spruce trees. This 21 million-acre area—whose boundaries have never been precisely defined—is the

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Top Shot: Amazon River Dolphin

Top Shot: Amazon River Dolphin

Tania Curry September 10, 2014 0

The Amazon river dolphin isn’t the easier creature to photograph, especially in the murky, brown waters of the Amazon. When our guide spotted them as we glided by the village of Requena along the

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