Tag Archives: cute

April Update-Meet Casey the Black Bear Cub

Posted on 19. Apr, 2011 by .


Happy Spring!!! I recently returned from Utah, just outside Zion National Park, where I hosted a workshop (that was held in conjunction with the folks at the Triple “D” Game Farm) with a tremendous group of students. As spring is the time of year when a lot of animals have their youngsters, we had the good fortune of photographing…

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Selling wildlife photography; cute sells

Posted on 24. Aug, 2010 by .


When I was first getting involved in professional wildlife photography, one of my mentors told me something I’ve made a point of remembering. What he told me should be obvious, but like much of what should be obvious, it isn’t always that obvious until someone points it out to you. And what was this pearl of wisdom and insight that I received? It was simply…

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Spring Black Bears – A video report

Posted on 28. May, 2009 by .


I just returned from a very successful workshop focussed on spring Black Bears. The workshop was held at the Riding Mountain Guest Ranch just outside Riding Mountain National Park in south west Manitoba, Canada. If you’ve never been to this area of the world you really owe yourself a visit. It is truly a remarkable area of the continent with a huge variety…

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May Update – Summer seems so long ago

Posted on 19. May, 2009 by .


The winter that would never end; that’s how I’ll remember this spring. While we have occasional days of “normal” temperatures, we have had a very cold spring. For instance, as I write this, the temperature is hovering around freezing and the forecast is calling for up to 5cm (2 inches) of snow by tomorrow. But, I long ago learned that my whining has no influence on the weather and I’m hopeful that the weather for my upcoming…

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February Update – Foxes, we got foxes!

Posted on 18. Feb, 2009 by .


My last update featured some foxes I’d managed to find and this update continues that focus with some images from another fox den. The images in today’s update were made alongside a sparsely travelled secondary highway around Mayerthorpe in Alberta. On my first journey to find the fox den, I was treated to a spectacular thunderstorm that literally shook and rattled my vehicle while it…

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January Update

Posted on 12. Jan, 2009 by .


If you, like a lot of North Americans, are suffering through a long cold winter, you’ll hopefully get some warmth from this month’s update that focuses on some spring wildlife of Alberta, and specifically Red Fox and their Kits.

With the help of the…

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What sort of wildlife photographs sell?

Posted on 15. Dec, 2008 by .


Question: I’ve just getting started into wildlife photography and I’d really like to find a way to turn this expensive hobby into something I can make some money from. What sort of wildlife photographs sell well?

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Spring Black Bears

Posted on 02. Dec, 2008 by .


Join Outdoor Photography Canada Magazine contributing editor, Paul Burwell, for a full-featured photography workshop in beautiful Riding Mountain National Park. This workshop allows you to get close to Black Bears, young and old, from the safety of a secure photography blind. Black Bears in all their colour varieties abound in this region and experience tells us we will have the opportunity to make some truly memorable photographs.

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Black Bear Cubs

Posted on 18. Nov, 2008 by .


One of my favourite experiences photographing wildlife in the last couple of years was a visit to the RMGR just outside Riding Mountain National Park near Onanole, Manitoba, Canada to photograph the Black Bears. I managed to get there 3 different times over the year; May, June and September.

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