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Damselflies’ mating display

Damselflies are very interesting to observe. Last week I spent several days photographing different species of damselflies’ mating behaviors. I photographed this pair of "Familiar Bluet" mating along a creek. As I was taking this photo, a fly came into a frame and...

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Yellowstone National Park, Wonder of Nature

Yellowstone National Park is truly a wonder of nature, and everybody should visit there at least once in their lifetime.  Last week while visiting the Yellowstone National Park with my family, I came across this bull moose walking in the rain. The light wasn’t great,...

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Sage Grouse Program in Jackson, WY

Thank you for those who attended my "Sage Grouse" program this evening at the Teton County Library in Jackson, Wyoming. The program draw quite a few crowd! It was exciting to share a story of sage-grouse in this beautiful place next to Grand Teton/Yellowstone National...

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Spring is here!

Spring is the best time to see many species of warblers migrating north. Last week while visiting northern Illinois, I saw about 22 species of warblers, but only managed to photograph just a few species. It was more of a bird walk than a photography trip. I was so...

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Monarch Program

Thank you for coming to the event. Hopefully we made some monarch and native plant enthusiasts!  Please plant native plants (incl. milkweeds). You can not only benefit monarchs/pollinators but also save resources by planting more heat-resistant perennials that require...

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Article in the Wyoming Wildlife Magazine

It's always nice to see my images on the cover and articles in a magazine, especially by the Wyoming Wildlife magazine where I hope to raise more awareness on the importance of this iconic birds of the West as well as ongoing conservation efforts to revive the...

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