I started photographing wildlife at the age of twelve. My first photo was of a House Sparrow. It was dead but that didn't stop me. I propped it up in the grass and made it 'look' alive. From there I graduated to better and better camera systems finally settling on Nikon, working my way up from Nikorex to D1x, D2x, D300 to D3s. I learned the basics of composition under the tutelage of Yoishi Okamoto as a staff photographer at the White House during the Vietnam era photographing LBJ and family for three years while in the Army (see photos below). I am now retired and living in Central Oregon as an active 'birder' with East Cascades Audubon and my own birder's group at Crooked River Ranch.
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