Locations for Wildlife Photography

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  • daniel212daniel212 Big grins Posts: 29Registered Users Big grins
    edited May 20, 2013
    @Harry
    your collection is amazing i like it you whole collection of bird photos.
    All guys are sharing such a nice photo
    thank you for sharing this such a nice photography
  • desertfischdesertfisch Big grins Posts: 35Registered Users Big grins
    edited January 5, 2014
    Sierra Vista, Az.
    Going to be In Sierra Vista, Az. toward the end of January. I will have my weekends free, looking to do a little hiking and picture making. I'm thinking Ramsey Canyon and the San Pedro River N.C.A. are my best bets. Does anyone have any suggestions in the area? This will be my first time in the area. Thank you for your attention
    can't sing, can't draw, so here it is.
  • RandySmugMugRandySmugMug Major grins Posts: 1,651Registered Users Major grins
    edited June 1, 2014
    Anyone know of locations in the UK around yorkshire? Cheers

    The Farne Islands and Bempton Cliffs on the NE coast of the UK are awesome. Then there's the fish and chips (and mushy peas) in Whitby
  • MoonMan04MoonMan04 FloridaPosts: 12Registered Users Big grins
    I've lived in Gainesville for the past 4 years now and I will say there are two great spots for wildlife photography:

    1) Paynes Prairie, specifically La Chua Trail
    2) Sweetwater Wetlands Park

    Both of these areas are amazing! You're always pretty much guaranteed to walk away satisfied with great photos just about every time, plus, Paynes Prairie has a population of bison and horses that roam freely among the park; if you're lucky you might encounter them.
  • MoonMan04MoonMan04 FloridaPosts: 12Registered Users Big grins
    I agree with @Harryb on the St. Augustine Alligator Farm. Not only is it an amazing exhibit with knowledgeable zoo-keepers, it host a myriad of breeding birds. I have quite a few pictures from there myself.
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