Huge Caribou - Photo Blog - Niebrugge Images
This is one of the largest bull caribous I have ever seen! This was from my fall trip to Denali National Park. I often get questions about the settings I use for a particular image. I’ll try to get better at including that information as it can be valuable for learning. Here I had my Canon 7D with a 70-200 ... Read More
Alex is an adventure commercial photographer based in the Laurentians, Quebec Canada. She focuses on adventure sports photography, and other commercial brand photography.
Frontal View of Large Caribou Bull in Denali National Park Interior Alaska Autumn
Final Dimensions (width x height): 16" x 24" This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display. Item #13428903
Bull Caribou on tundra. Denali National Park, Alaska. Arctic Wildlife picture galleries by Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography. Arctic and Antarctic photography experts.
Bryan and Cherry Alexander Photography. Leading photograhers of polar regions with pictures of of indigenous peoples of the North and of Antarcticia.
An early Christmas present: Scientists have unwrapped the reindeer genome
A new article describes the sequencing and analysis of the reindeer genome. The article provides a resource for gaining greater understanding of the processes of evolution, domestication, animal husbandry, and adaptation to extreme environments.
Trophy Antler & Horns 2013 Wall Calendar | | Calendars.com
Trophy Antler & Horns 2013 Wall Calendar: Enjoy a dozen images of beautifully captured horned and antlered animals?from caribou and moose to buffalos and a
Mark Raycroft on Instagram: “There’s just something about filming caribou that makes one feel like they’re on top of the world 🌎 • • #caribou #wildlife #landscape…”
2,079 Likes, 41 Comments - Mark Raycroft (@markraycroftwildphoto) on Instagram: “There’s just something about filming caribou that makes one feel like they’re on top of the world 🌎…”