Stories tagged: wildlife photography
Sun., March 26, 2017, 6:30 a.m.
Two for the Road: Couple explores Tanzania parks in rental camping Rover
“The large male elephant looked up and stared directly into the front window, giving me that piercing stink-eye look that says, get out of my way,” said Bill Pierce, recalling …
Sun., Oct. 30, 2016, 4 a.m.
Outdoors photographer Donald M. Jones has vision of perfect shoot
A common redpoll finch sitting in a spruce tree on a white-sky day wouldn’t attract the attention of an Audubon Christmas Bird Count participant, let alone a professional photographer.
Thu., July 30, 2015, midnight
Tiny fliers amaze and delight
Hummingbirds are among the most dependable photo subjects for wildlife photographers. Put out a feeder during the summer season and it’s almost instant gratification for a shutterbug.
Sun., June 1, 2014, 3:10 p.m.
Spotlighting success: Sinlahekin Wildlife Area, first state-managed wildlife area, celebrating 75 years
People are heading to northcentral Washington to celebrate the state-managed Sinlahekin Wildlife Area’s 75th anniversary during special events this summer. But Justin Haug said the 14,314 acres have been busy …
Sun., May 18, 2014, midnight
Birds of a feather: Will the real cinnamon teal please stand out?
A Bonners Ferry man has the unusual distinction of winning a top prize in a Ducks Unlimited waterfowling photo contest without being able to identify the birds in the picture. …
Thu., May 1, 2014, 6:45 a.m.
Spokane-based marine photographer has deep perspective
Brandon Cole’s images of dolphins, killer whales, sharks and other marine life rank among the best marine photography in the world, yet he lives in Spokane, nearly 300 miles from …
Sun., Oct. 27, 2013, midnight
Roughing it: Readers’ tales of encounters with bears, peaks
Readers of The Spokesman-Review responded with tales of high adventure, family bonding and close encounters with bears when we asked them to share their stories and photos of memorable 2013 …
Sun., May 26, 2013, midnight
North Idaho-trained photographer focused on saving endangered species
In 1993, an immigrant fresh from Thailand enrolled at North Idaho College and studied two courses that changed his life. “First I had to learn English as a second language,” …
Wed., Feb. 13, 2013, 7:28 p.m.
Landers: Hunting is serious business
Hunting is the ultimate form of tough love. Sportsmen donate to habitat conservation and snap photos of fawns with the same fascination they focused on the first steps of their …