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Nancy Gower

NANCY GOWER PHOTOGRAPHER Nancy is an amateur wildlife, landscape photographer. She developed this rewarding hobby about 6 years ago, shortly after her retirement. She is a native of New England. Being fortunate to witness the peacefulness and beauty of nature, animals, birds, changing seasons and the amazing beauty around us, she has a deep appreciation of the subjects she

Nancy Gower2018-09-04T11:22:45+00:00

Leigh Scott

LEIGH SCOTT PHOTOGRAPHER Leigh is from Wyoming where her love for photography began at age 7, after receiving her first camera from her Dad. Trained as an educator, Leigh loves spending her days observing wildlife and sharing her experiences with others through her photos and storytelling. She has been recognized by National Wildlife Federation, Parker River NWR and, most

Leigh Scott2018-09-04T11:24:54+00:00

John Harrison

JOHN HARRISON PHOTOGRAPHER John Harrison is co-editor of the book Dead In Good Company, A Celebration of Mount Auburn Cemetery. He is the principal photographer for the childrens book Buzz, Ruby and Their City Chicks and he and Kim Nagy's childrens book Skylar's Great Adventure. His photographs have been published in the Mass Audubon State of the Birds series, the

John Harrison2018-09-04T11:22:45+00:00

Jim Renault

JIM RENAULT PHOTOGRAPHER Jim has been an amateur photographer for over 45 years. His interest in wildlife photography began over 10 years ago when he met John Harrison photographing the famous Alewife red-tailed hawks, Buzz and Ruby. Jim's photographs are featured in Dead in Good Company, A Celebration of Mount Auburn Cemetery, and various local town publications. In addition

Jim Renault2018-09-04T12:22:45+00:00

Andy Kawa

ANDY KAWA PHOTOGRAPHER Andy is an amateur photographer who got into birding two years ago when his wife bought a bird feeder for the backyard. Watching over a dozen different species at the feeder perked his interest in their beauty and behavior. Andy combined his photography skills with his interest in birds and began photographing the birds. Wanting to

Andy Kawa2018-09-05T15:06:12+00:00

MJ Keeler

MJ KEELER PHOTOGRAPHER MJ Keeler always had that affinity to snap photos. Growing up in a musical family, photography was an avenue that wasn't truly explored until later in life. MJ took up photography as a serious hobby with an old Nikon FG-20. Now her digital work includes birds, seascapes, portraits and tries to find the light side of

MJ Keeler2018-09-04T13:45:04+00:00

John Blout

JOHN BLOUT PHOTOGRAPHER John started photographing birds in January of 2016. John was out walking around near the Sudbury River and saw a Bald Eagle perched in a tree. John took a lousy cell phone shot but returned the next day with a borrowed but proper camera and was lucky enough to see an eagle again. He's been at

John Blout2018-09-09T11:50:15+00:00

Greg Ohanian

GREGG OHANIAN PHOTOGRAPHER Gregg is an amateur landscape and wildlife photographer. His passion for photography began in 2006 when he purchased his first DSLR camera. His initial interest was landscape photography, but in 2015, while planning a trip to Yellowstone, he added a large telephoto lens to his arsenal, not knowing at the time that would be a game

Greg Ohanian2018-09-09T11:50:15+00:00

Chris He

CHRIS HE PHOTOGRAPHER Chris He started to observe and photograph Peregrine falcons in Woburn since 2014. He likes to capture the spirit of parent falcons in a subtle and insightful way. This year falcon nest is exposed to the hot Sun. Sometimes the parent falcons must spread their wings together to shade their four big chicks. All the chicks

Chris He2018-09-09T11:50:15+00:00

Bill Willis

BILL WILLIS PHOTOGRAPHER Bill Willis enjoys the dynamics of bird photography, not only from the photographer’s perspective of capturing a dynamic moment, but from observing the nest/fledge cycle of constant activity from feed to flight. The life cycle progression happens very quickly, and chick development is so rapid, that photo-ops abound. The thrill of watching new life take shape

Bill Willis2018-09-04T11:33:45+00:00
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