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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.
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...
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...
The most spectacular boat-billed heron I've seen by a long shot, photographed in SE Peru from a canoe.
A collection of my Peru bird photos is currently being featured on the BBC Wildlife website: http://www.discoverwildlife.com/. Be sure to check them out!
A humpback whale leaps out of the water on the British Columbia coast. This was photographed during my tour of the Great Bear Rainforest in 2009. If you're interested in joining me for humpbacks, spirit bears and other coastal wildlife, my new "Islands of the Spirit Bear, Waters of the...
A male marvelous spatuletail perches in a lek near Pomacoches in northern Peru. The species gets its name from the male's two longest tail feathers, which can be controlled independently and play a major role in the hummingbird's courtship displays. The spatuletail is considered by many to be...
A gray yearling from the Canyon Pack pauses before approaching a carcass on December 31 in Yellowstone National Park. At one point the wolves were within 25 yards of us. What a great way to end the year.
This is the alpha female of a gray wolf pack I sought out in early October up on Vancouver Island. Though they're pretty elusive, this coastal wolf pack was seen frequently during the summer, so I went up for a few days to try my luck. I was fortunate to see them briefly our very first day...
We had just parted ways with our friends in Kruger National Park on our way to Mala Mala when we lucked into perhaps the rarest major predator in the park.
Every day you can view recent animal sightings in Kruger on the maps at the various camps, and wild dogs were always seen less frequently...
Category: Wildlife and Animals
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