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Suzi Eszterhas Wildlife Photography
Award-winning wildlife photographer, author, speaker and photo tour leader.
Award-winning wildlife photographer, author, speaker and photo tour leader.
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Sonoma County friends, please vote YES on Measure M! Measure M protects wildlife habitats and fisheries, maintains parks, trails and open spaces, helps protect water quality, and reduces future wildfire risk.
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Six-week-old black-tailed deer orphaned fawns bottle-feeding at Kindred Spirits Fawn Rescue, Loomis, California. When fawns reach a certain age in rehabilitation, they are no longer bottle-fed by hand but fed from a bottle rack. During this stage of the rehabilitation process, all contact with humans is kept to an absolute minimum, to break any human bond that may have occurred. It is important for fawns to be as wild as possible when released to the wild, as they will have safer lives avoiding contact with people. Kindred Spirits fawn rescue treats hundreds of orphaned fawns every year, most of which have lost their mothers due to being hit by cars or being caught in fencing.
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Smooth-billed ani and wattled jacana perched on top of a capybara, Pantanal, Brazil. Besides just finding a comfy spot to rest, both birds are also waiting for insects stirred up by the capybara's movements.
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Chimpanzee mother and seven-month-old infant, Kibale Forest National Park, Uganda. I took this image while working with the researchers of the Kibale Chimpanzee Project. Led by Dr. Richard Wrangham of Harvard University, KCP includes a long-term study of wild chimpanzees since 1987, as well as conservation work, such as their critical Snare Removal Program. Although Ugandans do not traditionally target primates for consumption, chimpanzees can accidentally get caught in poachers’ snares that are intended for other game, such as bushpigs and duikers. Our Rangers spend 26 days per month patrolling two-thirds of Kibale National Park in search of snares or signs of other illegal activities. KCP rangers find and remove hundreds of snares per year, and they also identify the areas where hunting and other illegal activities occur within the national park via rigorous data collection protocols. To learn more check out https://kibalechimpanzees.wordpress.com/
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This is Moto, a two-week-old orphaned serval kitten and the subject of my children's book, Moto and Me, published by Owlkids. In Moto and Me I tell my personal story of raising Moto in the Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya. My eight months with Moto were some of the most heartwarming times of my life. I am delighted to bring his story to children all over the world. I am donating a portion of the royalties from the book to Moto's home, the Masai Mara Conservancy. Signed books are available on my website and unsigned copies are available on Amazon.
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On #InternationalDayofTheGirl a huge shout out to all of our girls who have attended Girls Who Click workshops and our board, volunteers, and donors that have made it possible for us to empower girls and encourage them to enter the male-dominated field of nature photography. Yay for girls!! Photo by Vanessa Abuabara
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Tiger at waterhole, Bandhavgarh National Park, India. Do you love tigers? Be sure to follow TigerTime - Save the Tiger to learn more about these incredible big cats and what you can do to help them.
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We have a blog for families with children over at Baby Animal Prints by Suzi. Here's the latest post, now more timely than ever after the recent UN Climate Report: https://www.babyanimalprints.com/blogs/news/kids-can-fight-climate-change
Kids Can Fight Climate Change
Kids Can Fight Climate Change
babyanimalprints.com
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Eight-day-old spotted hyena cub peeking out from den, Masai Mara Reserve, Kenya.
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My latest newsletter is out, and there's a lot going on: a new photo tour, new image gallery, Bay Area events and more. Read it via link in bio.
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