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Conowingo Bald Eagles – 2017.12.1.

Conowingo Dam on lower Sesquehanna River is located in northeastern Maryland, about 90 miles from Washington, DC. Each year in November through December there are a number of migrating bald eagles from the north joining the resident eagles, not unusual to have a total of […]

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Assateague’s Wild Horses

Assateague’s wild horses are well known – they are owned and managed by National Park Service. They are free roaming wildlife and could be found anywhere in the park, in the woods, on the roadways, at the marshland and even at the beaches. Below is […]

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Sunset at Chincoteague NWR, VA

We took a trip to Chincoteague NWR in Virginia during the Thanksgiving weekend. The sunset sky was just gorgeous. Chincoteague NWR is, of course famous for the resident wild horses (or ponies) and we were lucky to see many of them up close under the […]

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Etosha – Other Wildlife

Etosha National Park is one of Africa’s largest nature reserves. It is located in the beautiful and desolate north-western reaches of Namibia in the Kunene region. Etosha is translated as the “Land of Dry Water” or the “Great White Place” referring to Etosha Pan or salt desert. […]

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Etosha Giraffes

We encountered a lot of giraffes in Etosha National Park, in the fields, and at the water holes.  I love photographing giraffes, such graceful creature. It was the first time for me to witness how they drink water, being with the tall legs they actually have to […]

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Etosha Rhino

It was a rare opportunity to see a rhino approaching our vehicle and as it turned out he was trying to cross the roadway to the other side of field. It did provide excellent photo opportunities in relative close range. What a treat to see […]

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Etosha Zebras

We spent the last three days of Namibia tour at Etosha National Park. We saw a lot of zebras, elephants, giraffes, springboks and other wildlife such as lion, cheetah, oryx, rhino, wildebeest, etc. Despite a large number of zebras in the field, I found it was […]

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Desert Elephants In Damaraland, Namibia

We took an afternoon safari ride from our Damaraland base camp in search of the desert elephants in the nearby rugged dry creek and the surrounding hills.  Our experienced guide looked for the different signs of elephants trail while driving through the rugged terrain and after almost an […]

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A Spring Day for Birdwatchers…

We visited Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area just north of Lancaster, PA last weekend. It was a spring like weather so the birdwatchers and photographers came out in record numbers to watch the snow geese and tundra swans that are stopping over here before heading […]

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