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Frank Hildebrand
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Wildlife and Nature Photography
Wildlife and Nature Photography

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I created a new gallery from my recent trip to Alaska. Hope you get a feel of Wild Alaska. Thanks for looking. http://www.hildebrandphotography.com/alaska_2017

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HILDEBRAND photography has a new website look. Check it out-
http://www.hildebrandphotography.com/

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My favorite fawn shot of the season...so far.

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Morning drink-
We saw 97 different lions on our safari, which doesn’t’ surprise me, because we were in the midst of the wildebeest migration. 

For more info on next years photo safari go to:  http://www.hildebrandphotography.com/private-photo-safari-2017
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Don’t miss out! Book your spot for our next tour to beautiful Tanzania - a nine day private photo safari. 
For more info and schedule go to:
http://www.hildebrandphotography.com/private-photo-safari-2017
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Thanks Mom for teaching me cool stuff, like digging for clams.  
Happy Mother’s Day!

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I’m excited to offer my first private photo safari to Tanzania, Africa. This 9 day trip scheduled for February 2016 will promise an adventure of a lifetime. Check out the link to view the itinerary and pricing. 

http://www.hildebrandphotography.com/workshops

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Chillaxing
The male peregrine picks a roof peak to relax in the morning sun.

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Rüppell's vulture
These vultures are big, with a wingspan of 7.4 to 8.5 ft and a weight that ranges from 14 to 20 lb

View on my website http://www.hildebrandphotography.com/p803050676/h41e2301d#h41e2301d

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The males are responsible for building the nests, which are never used more than once. Each male builds a series of nests - typically 25 each season. It takes him about 9 to 14 hours to complete one. Nests are typically attached to the thin branches of free-standing trees, often over water to discourage predators.
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