Recent Publication – GeoLino Magazine

A caracal sits in the dappled shade of the afternoon sun, Naan Ku Se Wildlife Sanctuary, Namibia.

My German friends can check out the recent February 2018 issue of GeoLino Magazine to see one of my photos of an African caracal. I shot this photo in Namibia in 2016 at the Naan Ku Se Wildlife Sanctuary.

Excerpt from Feb 2018 issue of Geolino Magazine of article about the African caracal.
Excerpt from Feb 2018 issue of Geolino Magazine of article about the African caracal.

It is pretty amazing in the information age to be able to have such a global reach with one’s photography. Things sure have come a long way from mailing stock lists to photo editors and if you could spark any interest with the written word, mail a package of slides for consideration. Even in the early days of digital, mailing CDs of images was common place, as file transfer rates were still slow. Today however, stock collections can be made available for searching from anywhere in the world.

A caracal sits in the dappled shade of the afternoon sun, Naan Ku Se Wildlife Sanctuary, Namibia.
A caracal sits in the dappled shade of the afternoon sun, Naan Ku Se Wildlife Sanctuary, Namibia.

I look forward to seeing this awesome cat again in the future.

Recent Publication – Boxing Jackrabbits In Bay Nature Magazine

A male and female blacktail jackrabbit engage in a courtship ritual in which the male approaches the female and she wards him off with a leaping and boxing display.
A male and female blacktail jackrabbit engage in a courtship ritual in which the male approaches the female and she wards him off with a leaping and boxing display.
A male and female blacktail jackrabbit engage in a courtship ritual in which the male approaches the female and she wards him off with a leaping and boxing display.
A male and female blacktail jackrabbit engage in a courtship ritual in which the male approaches the female and she wards him off with a leaping and boxing display.
A male and female blacktail jackrabbit engage in a courtship ritual in which the male approaches the female and she wards him off with a leaping and boxing display.
A male and female blacktail jackrabbit engage in a courtship ritual in which the male approaches the female and she wards him off with a leaping and boxing display.
A male and female blacktail jackrabbit engage in a courtship ritual in which the male approaches the female and she wards him off with a leaping and boxing display.

If you live the San Francisco Bay Area, grab the latest issue of Bay Nature Magazine to see an article on boxing jackrabbits featuring my three photos above. The bay is home to many blacktail jackrabbits, and on this occasion I was lucky enough to witness a courtship display of sorts. In this case, one or more males will chase a female, who will in turn ward off her suitor’s advances by rearing up and boxing at him with her front legs. Often, the male will mimic this behavior, giving the appearance of two boxing jackrabbits. The female will continue this behavior until the most aggressive male becomes apparent, at which point she will succumb to his advances.

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Recent Publication – Bugle Magazine

Image of a Roosevelt Elk eating grass was used for an article on and elk's diet in the Sept-Oct 2015 issue of Bugle Magazine.
Image of a Roosevelt Elk eating grass was used for an article on and elk’s diet in the Sept-Oct 2015 issue of Bugle Magazine.

This image of a female Roosevelt elk eating grass was used in the Sept-Oct issue of Bugle Magazine, published by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. It is a published as an interior image with an article about a typical elk diet. This publication broke my all time record – it was requested a mere 3 days after I made it available on my site.

Recent Publication – Travel Oregon Top Fall Hikes

This image of Eagle Cap Wilderness in eastern Oregon was published by Travel Oregon in an  article about the hiking area.
This image of Eagle Cap Wilderness in eastern Oregon was published by Travel Oregon in an article about the hiking area.

This image of Eagle Cap Wilderness was used in a recent article on Oregon’s top fall hikes by Travel Oregon. You can find the full article by clicking through to their website. I took this photo five years ago on a fall backpacking trip with my brother and father. You can read about the epic trip here and of course see many more photos.