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  1. Baird's Tapir

    Baird's Tapir

    A portrait of a Baird's tapir, photographed in Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica. I spent a month in Costa Rica leading a couple of photo tours, and both tours culminated in a stay inside Corcovado, probably the best place for general wildlife in the entire country. It's also the best...
  2. Dwarf Mongoose

    Dwarf Mongoose

    Probably the cutest mongoose species in South Africa, unless you like meerkats. It's always a highlight seeing these little critters in action. In this case, a whole family was denning in a fallen tree.
  3. Cub of the Kikilezi Female

    Cub of the Kikilezi Female

    I just returned from three weeks in South Africa. We criss-crossed the country during that time, visiting a couple of the arid parks as well as our favorite haunts in the Sabi Sands. We saw numerous leopards in the Sabi Sands, including 11 different individuals in four days at Mala Mala...
  4. Abu


    This is Abu, the dominant male orangutan in the Danum Valley area near the Borneo Rainforest Lodge. He's estimated to be over 35 years old. During my very short stay in Borneo, we saw six different wild orangutans, which are very difficult to photograph, as they stay high up in the trees most...
  5. Heeeey!


    A fox kit demands more attention after dad walks away. Photographed at a den site just outside Yellowstone National Park in May, 2009.
  6. Watch and Wait

    Watch and Wait

    This female leopard was photographed in the Sabi Sands Wildtuin in South Africa. At one point we had to drive down a dry river bed in an attempt to anticipate where she was going. She stopped and waited behind a large tree, barely visible. I was going to wait her out until I noticed her face...
  7. Still Moving

    Still Moving

    An otter pulls a trout out of the water before sitting down to feast in Yellowstone National Park.
  8. Alert


    A black tailed deer.
  9. Teddy Bear

    Teddy Bear

    I watched and followed this guy for about half an hour and every once in a while he would look over his shoulder to check on me. In that time he took a poop and scratch his back on a tree.
  10. Young Wolf

    Young Wolf

    This young female wolf was stocking two deer.
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