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Sorry, didn't mean bounties were great for photographers...I meant seeing wildlife in the city parks and ravines was great for photographers.
Bounties on animals "suck", in my opinion.

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There is an increasing number of news reports of wildlife coming to the big cities for food.
This isn't good for them, they could easily end up as road kill.
I've taken pictures of baby ducklings and rabbit in busy downtown city streets.
Deer and even bears have wondered into city neighborhoods.
City officials talk about putting bounties out on coyotes.
Great for photographers, not so great for the animals.
Skunks and raccoons, even ducks, you can expect to see in ravines and valleys that run through big cities.
To some degree, I'd like to think Wildlife Photographers act as guardians of all wildlife.
Without the animals we might have to choose another specialty. We need to contact the authorities when we see them wandering city streets, to help these "lost" wildlife get properly relocated to where they belong, for their safety and their future.


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National, Provincial and State Parks are often spectacular places to find wildlife and awesome landscapes. They're a good place to start the journey.

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