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Megan Lorenz
Windland Smith Rice International Awards - 2015 Grand Prize Winner.
Windland Smith Rice International Awards - 2015 Grand Prize Winner.
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The Owlets at this burrow were characters this year...even if they came from the wrong side of the tracks. They collected inappropriate items to decorate their burrow, wrestled and drop-kicked each other to the ground, tried to fly off holding their siblings in their talons and one even had a smoking addiction. This little one was kicked by his brother and was then pinned to the ground. Once the other owlet declared his win and left...this owlet decided not to bother getting up and played with his well-protected treasure - his pom pom.

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I'm heading away for a few days...first camping trip of the year!! Have a few deliveries to make and we should be able to find bears to photograph. Not sure about the bug situation but hoping we're over the worst of blackflies etc. The weather is going to be cool and we're getting some rain. Love camping in the rain not to mention the photography opportunities that provides. Hope everyone has a great weekend.

Northern Mockingbird in Florida

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"Marshmallow Melt"

Easily one of my favorite landscape photos I've taken in the last few years. Photo taken along Upper Terrace Drive in Yellowstone National Park.



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On Assignment for Canadian Geographic. Portage in Algonquin Provincial Park along Hwy. 60. (Photo: Megan Lorenz/Canadian Geographic)
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This poor Yellow-Bellied Marmot Mom was very busy. Her babies were just beginning to explore areas outside of the den and she wasn't happy about it! She'd go and roll one baby into a ball and carry it in her mouth back to the den. As soon as one baby was safe inside, she would go collect another by which time the first baby was already back outside the den running around. Not sure where the male or other female was during this time...they didn't make an appearance until later on in the day leaving this poor girl alone with at least 8 active little explorers.

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Florida Burrowing Owlet
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Yearling Black Bear in Ontario, Canada.

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Wild Black Bears in Ontario

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Moose in Algonquin Provincial Park

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