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03 Mar 2024
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Removing “Audubon” 

The Seattle-based conservation nonprofit focusing on birds has received a lot of attention, including in local and national news media, because it is removing “Audubon” from our organizational name. This is not a helpful place for the spotlight to remain trained. If the focus of…

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Nature Calls 2023 

This year’s calendar features all birds and wildlife from the Pacific Northwest. The cover is my three-time, award-winning image, which was published in Bird Photographer of the Year, Collection 7, due out in December. It’s a little gruesome, so I didn’t think anyone would want…

A diving Short-Eared Owl with its wings set forward, has its wing and tail feathers backlit by a setting set, set against a dark-green background.
Gallery, Wildlife

Short-Eared Owls 

Almost 10 years ago, Short-Eared Owls were the first birds I intentionally set out to photograph. It was a windy, rainy day, and I never saw one of the storied winter owls of the Pacific Northwest. So I kept searching. Eventually, I found them, but…

Gallery, Wildlife

Red Foxes of San Juan Island 

Red foxes, and some human interactions, from San Juan Island, Washington, 2021-23. All but one photo, as noted, is by Glenn Nelson. The exception appears courtesy of Nate Luebbe. The first image, Surf & Turf, was recognized by Share the View, an international competition that…

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Nature Calls 2022 

I admit it: In an effort to make myself (and you all) feel better during an ongoing pandemic, I really went for the cuteness factor in my nature photography this year. You’ll see it reflected in my 2022 Nature Calls calendar, which includes six wildlife…