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Crabby Friends

These guys met, and then the one in the darker shell didn't seem to have anything better to do but follow the other one.
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Resting Baby Moose

A baby moose, just hours old, rests in the shade of it's mother. This is another image taken on slide film in the early 2000's.
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Mangrove Black Hawk 3

A jungle hawk rests on a rainy day. I don't know if it's left foot is injured or just cold. Buteogallus anthracinus subtilis, nests in mangrove swamps and generally eats crabs.
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Sand Crab 3

A closer different angle.
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Surf Scoters 2

A close up of Surf Scoters in flight.
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Hermit Crab

This Hermit Crab was kinda cute.
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Rock Crab 2

These crabs would throw themselves into rushing water, then climb out as the water receded and start over.
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Black Jungle Squirrel

I've only seen black squirrels in Vancouver and Panama. This one is in Panama and it was pregnant.
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Green Sea Slug

This Nudibranch was casually munching away in a tidal pool on Palenque. You can see it's eye if you look closely. It even had "floppy ears" that would stick up when it was submerged but they looked more like they were for breathing
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Desert Sheep 3

A pregnant desert sheep keeps an eye out while it's yearling grazes higher up
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Mangrove Black Hawk

A jungle hawk rests on a rainy day. I don't know if it's left foot is injured or just cold. Buteogallus anthracinus subtilis, nests in mangrove swamps and generally eats crabs.
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Orca Pod

A family of Orcas below the mountains of Kenai Fjords
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Cliffside Nest

Dozens of Murres nest in cracks along the cliffs of the Chiswell Islands.
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Icebergs and Whales

A couple of whales dive in front of the Bear Glacier in Resurrection Bay. Barren slopes above the glacier tell of more recent ice thicknesses.
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Birds and Bergy Bits

A flock of birds flies over the ice infested waters of Blackstone Bay on a rainy day.
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Bald Eagle

A Bald Eagle munches on some salmon in Kachemak Bay, Alaska
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Desert Sheep 4

This handsome sheep idles under a Juniper tree.
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Rock Crab

These larger crabs lived among the large rocks. They were extremely shy.
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Fisher!!!

Fisher is the greatest dog ever. Here he is getting in the way right as i was about to take a photo of the moon over the Alaska Range. He always waits until everything is ready then delivers a photo bomb.
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I Get No Respect

Meerkats have no sense of decency.
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Elephant

If i had to live in a zoo, the one in San Diego would not be so bad.
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Orca

A close up of an Orca checking us out in Resurrection Bay, Alaska.
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Horns of Africa

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A Meerkat Says What?

Meerkats at the San Diego Zoo are fun to watch.
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Flamingos

Flamingos at San Diego Zoo
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Mountain Goats 2

On the cliffs of Mt. Timpanogos

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Flamingo

A flamingo and it's hump
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Mountain Goats 1

Mother and kid comfy on the cliffs

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Kona the Mojave Christmas Husky

Kona sees her first snow since leaving Alaska, and seems a little disappointed.
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Llama at Machu Picchu

A llama munches on grass at one of the most fantastic sights on Earth.
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Mating Attire

Wild Alaskan Salmon in full red regalia wait for their chance to spawn.

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Pretty Bird

Unfortunately i no longer remember the name of this bird. Comment if you do!
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Goats leaving a rock glacier in the Wasatch Mountains
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Goats leaving a rock glacier in the Wasatch Mountains
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Mangrove Black Hawk 2

A close up on a tropical bird of prey. The tropical hawks are cool to watch as they fly under the jungle canopy. This bird's beak and claws are covered in sand. No surprise for an animal that mainly eats crabs off the beach.
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Nah, not a bird of Paradise

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Mountain Goats 3

Skirting a basin on Mt. Timpanogos.
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Frigate Bird

A Frigate Bird flies very slowly, nearly hovering on patrol for a fallen baby monkey. I had never seen Frigate Birds until i went to the coastal tropics. They are huge, almost the size of an Albatross.
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Purple Bird

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3 Dall Sheep 2

Dall Sheep can often be spotted on the cliffs around Turnagain Arm, Alaska
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White and Brown Crotchety Bird

Unfortunately i no longer remember the name of this bird. Comment if you do!
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Three Dall Sheep

Dall Sheep can often be spotted on the cliffs around Turnagain Arm, Alaska
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Collision Course

At this point i thought he was going to bump into me. I think he saw his reflection.
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Resting Rivals

Spawned out Salmon rest as their bodies literally fall apart in a cold Alaskan stream.
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Ape

An Ape looks at it's onlookers, as they often do in zoos.
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Sea Turtle

This sea turtle swam right up to me. Later i wondered if it had seen it's reflection in my lense and was looking for a fight. There were other turtles in the area and they seemed to frequently get into skirmishes.
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Common Murre

A Common Murre in flight is, uh, quite common.
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Black Rapids Braided Flower Fields

Fisher wants to go to the Delta Mountains or whatever they're called way over there across the Black Rapids River.
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Denali Bull Moose

A magnificent moose plods through thick fall brush on a September morning in Denali National Park. The Moose of the park are the largest Deer in the world, and this is a large Denali Moose.
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Lone Wolf

A lone wolf travels across the limitless wilderness of Denali National Park. Although i have had numerous close encounters with wolves, i never had a camera a the time and i've always liked this solitary figure. He was stationary for a time.
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Spawn Until You Die

I was lucky to actually capture the moment a wild salmon spawned. It is the cloud behind the foreground fish.
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Autumn Ram

A very nice looking Dall Sheep basks in the morning sun after a frosty September night in Denali National Park.
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Desert Sheep 7

I like the pose of this sheep in this simple straight on portrait. It reminds me of a diorama i would see in the NY Museum of Natural History
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Hermit Crab 2

Moseying along
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Eagle vs. Ravens

Alaska; Homer; Wildlife; birds; eagles; battle; ocean; Cook Inlet

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Golden Eagle

A golden eagle stares straight over at the summit of Mt. McKinley, no doubt contemplating giving it a try.
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Eagle vs. Ravens 2

There were a pair of nesting bald eagles right next to our house. They were constantly out looking for food and the local crows never gave them a break.
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Sow and Cub

A mother teaches her teenager how to fish
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Black Humps

A pair of humpback whales in Resurrection Bay, Alaska
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Green Resplendent Quetzal

Sometimes you are ridiculously lucky. I had set out in the morning with the goal of finding some elusive Resplendent Quetzals in the cloud forests of Panama below the continental divide, just a few miles from Costa Rica. And then, within an hour i found TWO building a nest together in this tree!
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Sockey Salmon

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Puffins in Flight

A pair of Puffins skitter across the ocean
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Resplendent Quetzal of Boquete

The two birds would take turns digging and resting.
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Seafood

An Alaskan Grizzly catches a fish
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Sand Crab 2

The coast might not quite be clear...
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Desert Sheep 8

This close up shows they don't have the same kind of eyes as goats
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Floating Puffin

A single Puffin floats around
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Blue Resplendent Quetzal

Found in the Cloud Forests of Boquete
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Near Point

After 14 miles of hiking we realized we took the long route to Near Point, but we were almost done and we were both worn out but happy.
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Perfect Vulture Tree

Why do Vultures always want to hang out in a tree that looks like this?

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Whale Tail

A whale dives near what must be a tall column of rock that descends deep into Resurrection Bay, Alaska
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Fisher’s Favorite Valley

Fern Valley was one of Fisher's favorite places to go, where he could run around halfway up the mountains chasing ground squirrels and marmots, do some acrobatic boulder hopping or jump into an icy cold crystal clear rock glacier stream.
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Pair of Sockeyes

A vibrant pair of Sockeye Salmon in a cold Alaskan stream.
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Bridge of Fish

Old-Timers used to say that in the old days the fish ran so thick you could walk across the creek and never get your feet wet. This is what they were talking about.
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Hello There!

A sand crab takes a peak out of it's hole
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Clear Stream Bottom

I think these are younger trout? They were in various places along the stream sharing space along logs with the salmon. They were very skittish so i never got to seem them up close.
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Sea Lions

Sea Lions in Resurrection Bay vye for the best seat.
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Staring at Death

A slow moving, seemingly dazed, spawned out salmon makes one last pose for the camera.
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Breathing Air

A wild salmon appears to take a gulp of air as it briefly pokes it's head out of a rushing stream
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White Rabbit

A poor Arctic Hare endures a winter without the protection of snow.
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Sub Surface Monsters

Battle weary but still irritable, metamorphosed wild salmon near the end of their journey.

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