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LensCoat  LensCoat provides neoprene covers for lenses, tripods & accessories for wildlife and nature photographers. #GetTheShot or #LensCoat to be featured!

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Repost @matthewstudebaker ・・・
A Grizzly chomps on a salmon while Glaucous Gulls enviously wait for scraps. Lake Clark National Park, Alaska. Www.studebakerstudio.com
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Repost @joesubolefsky ・・・
The setup used to capture my previous post of the woody squabble. #lenscoat #lenshide in front of some odds and ends to breakup the overall outline. Wild wood ducks are as spooky as it get. .
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Repost @brianjhphotography ・・・
Another snowy .Follow @LensCoat & share your best photos of wildlife & nature photography by tagging your images with #GetTheShot or #LensCoat for a chance to be featured in our community!

Repost @joedesjardins.ca ・・・
"Heading Out" it's as though this gorgeous bear stopped to say goodbye! ----------------------
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Repost @danwal2 ・・・
Found this beautiful white tail buck on the first day of 2018.
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Repost @outdoor_cameraman ・・・
One of the most difficult techniques in wildlife photography, in my opinion, is handholding a super telephoto lens. I prefer to hand hold my 600mm f4 because I can get on my subjects much quicker and it’s a lot easier to carry around in remote locations. Stabilization is a must, and the two things I do to achieve maximum handheld stability are: 1) I place my forward hand in front of the mounting plate. This allows me to create a better balance point on the long end of the lens barrel. 2) I actually press my cheek and Orbicularis muscle against the eye piece to create back pressure to help stabilize the rear end of the camera. This body position is very similar to shouldering a gun and aiming at a target, only your facial features become the equivalent of your shoulder. pic: @brandonfienphoto .
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Repost @deniseippolitophotography ・・・
Nature's Best Windland Smith Rice International Competition "Bird Category Winner". This image also made the cover of Nature's Best in 2016. It was showcased at The Smithsonian Exhibition in D.C. 🐧 @naturesbestphotomagazine
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Repost @mlorenzphotography ・・・
"Best Of 2017" - A collection of my 10 personal favorite photos & moments experienced in the last year.

I've been photographing the Burrowing Owls in Florida every year since 2009. That translates to a crazy amount of photos! However I never get tired of watching their antics and this year I think I took some of my favorites so far.
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Repost @perkes_of_the_outdoors ・・・
Snow Grizzly . . .
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Repost @serenitylittlefield ・・・
Covering up for the rain moving in. One of the must haves while photographing in the outdoors.
Photo: @stevendrakephoto
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Repost @rinamiele ・・・
Bald Eagle 🦅 ————————
NOVEMBER 2017 - It was my first visit to the Conowingo Dam and I must say, I was a bit taken aback. There had to be over 300 eagles the first day. It was astounding. That alone was worth the trip. And maybe there were only a few moments the eagles came in close for a good shot. But maybe it was in the gorgeous early morning light. And maybe that handful of photos (out of the hundreds of 💩) made the long trip worth it. I say, Yes. Oh and he has a fish that you can’t see but that’s OK! Still love the pic!
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Repost @davidturkophotography ・・・
Black Rhino
Constant attention is devoted to keep these beautiful mammals safe from the poachers in Africa. .
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