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Feeding wildlife in winter:
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Division published a great summary of the impacts of feeding wild animals, especially in winter. Click Winter Wildlife to read it.
Our bat images are available for licensing now on the Bat Conservation International website: https://www.batcon.org/resources/media-education/photocollection
© 2010 Robert Dean
Views of Nature Photography is pleased to have you visit our site. We offer a variety of images and services for you to peruse. Our "focus" has always been to approach outdoor photography and photography education with conservation of our planet and its resources in the forefront. Please take a minute and look through our site!
Navigating our Website
We've have structured our website for ease of use. From the buttons on the upper left or the links below you can:
1) Learn more "About Us".
2) View our images and read about our travels using the "Portfolio" tab.
3) Peruse our eBooks by navigating from "The Store".
4) Learn about our classes and course from our "Course Catalog"
5) Get an idea of what we are doing by from the "What's Going On" tab.
6) Check out "Links" to see our recommended web resources.
Over the years we've written many articles on Photography and Image Management. See the Digital Corner to read some of them. This page is updated regularly so check back periodically.
We expanded our business in 2010 to include travel photography and have added a short course:
"Travel Photography Fun and Profit (?)". Details are in the Course Catalog accessed from "The Store"
We just returned from 8 days in Amazonia photographing birds, reptiles, mammals as well as some of the people in the local communities. We're working on the images and the text for a webpage, STAY TUNED it will be up later in September!
February of 2017 found us in Japan with an opportunity to photography the people and culture but most definitely, the wildlife. On the northern island of Hokkaido we found red crowned cranes and whooper swans. Back on the main island, near Nagano we spent a couple of days with Japanese macaques, better known as "snow monkeys". You can see some of our images and read about the journey at: Winter In Japan
We are currently doing our 2017 programs. Check out "What's Going On" for details. One of them is a series of lectures on Colorado's ghost and mining towns. The information is on the Ghost and Mining Towns page.
All photographs on this site are copyrighted by the photographers and carry liability if copied, downloaded, reproduced or manipulated in any way without prior consent.
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North American Nature Photographers Association