American Dipper

August 30, 2022  •  1 Comment
WALKING ON THE WILD SIDE American Dipper (Cinclus mexicanus) This story had been modified from the original story published in the Mountain Mail. Frye, Lea. “You’ve seen this bird.” The Mountain Mail, 15th January 2020, pp. 14. One of the things I love most about wildlife photography is learning about my subjects. Sometimes I will pi...
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Small and Fierce

July 29, 2022  •  3 Comments
WALKING ON THE WILD SIDE Small and Fierce -- Northern Pygmy Owl (Glaucidium californicum) Written by Scot Bealer Click on the picture to see sizes and prices for this limited edition print (11 out of 50 prints still available) While there are times when we just cruise around randomly, most of the time Lea and I are out looking for animals...
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Backpacking Season

June 24, 2022  •  2 Comments
WALKING ON THE WILD SIDE Backpacking Season Fall Colors in Ice Lake Basin Q: What does a wildlife photographer do when they are not taking pictures of animals? A: Play outside of course!! Summer time is finally here and backpacking season has officially begun for the high country. This is the time of year where I like to spend most of my...
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Can't Touch This (Sora)

May 30, 2022  •  1 Comment
WALKING ON THE WILD SIDE Can't Touch This -- Sora (Porzana carolina) Big news for Lea.F Images --- my image of a Sora (above) earned a two page feature in the May/June 2022 issue of Montana Outdoors! This is an award wining magazine with a focus on conservation and wildlife education. (link to magazine: https://issuu.com/montanaoutdoors/...
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Here's Looking at You

May 02, 2022  •  1 Comment
WALKING ON THE WILD SIDE Here's Looking At You Imagine sitting quietly on the edge of a large body of water, patiently watching a loon way off in the distance as it gracefully navigates the waters. You are in awe of the loon as it dives underwater for minutes at a time, emerging hundreds of feet away from where it started. As you watch, the loon...
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