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THE WILDLIFE OF AFRICA'S HEARTLAND...
AFRICAN WILDLIFE images by Craig Shelley. The photos are extensively in Africa and protrays Shelley's passion for the continent including all of its diverse species.
From Maasai Giraffes to mighty elephants and thick-skinned rhinoceroses from the migration of a million wildebeest to the clash of predator and prey on the grasslands...AFRICA hosts one of the most diverse and extensive arrays of wildlife on earth!
The survival of Africa's Wildlife depends on the conservation of wild lands laarge enough for animals to migrate, forage, feed and reproduce.
The loss of habitat is now the single biggest threat to the preservation of Africa's irreplaceable wild life species.
Thratened landscapes, forests cut down...etc.
Wetlands and swamps are drained...etc.
Grasslands are tilled...etc.
Mt. Kilimanjaro, Maasai, Samburu
Do you try to capture everything you see on vacation? You want to make sure everyone sees what you saw when you get back home? Well today our guest speaker Charles Quinn of Charles Quinn photography will address vacation photography. He will give us tips on what to do and what not to do like spend your whole time behind the lense, and following the rules of photography when traveling.
We'll also talk about next years trip to Yellowstone National Park in celebration of the centennial of the national park system with Mayflower Tours.
Yolanda will tell us all about what went on with SXSW.
Join us today for this exciting episode.
Call us and join in the discussion! (718) 508-9419 + option #1
U.S. Fish and Wildlife announced ban on four large constricting snake species;
FWS considers these snakes “injurious” under the Lacey Act;
The Lacey Act controls the importing or transporting of snakes and exotic pets;
The ban covers the reticulated python, DeSchauensee’s anaconda, green anaconda, and Beni anaconda;
FWS Director Dan Ashe prompted the FWS to ban the constrictor snakes;
Terry offers his knowledge about several assertions made in support of the snake ban.
Is the ban on snakes based on incorrect information and bogus conclusions?
About our program:
Hell No! the radio show is a socially conscious water cooler talk show about what’s going on in the world as we feature guests and callers who express their thoughts. Hell No! is friendly, funny, real and focused on empowering the truth. We give a voice to people left in the dust. This program is not democratic, fascist, politically correct or a place for sacred cows. We do advocate peace, critical thought, education, reading and social awareness.
Email us! HellNoTheRadioShow@gmail.com and to find other episodes you can play on demand anytime, please Like us on Facebook.com/HellNoTheRadioShow.
Dan Moxley, Development Associate, Tucson Wildlife Center
This Center’s mission is dedicated to the rescue, rehab and release of southern Arizona’s native wildlife while promoting habitat protection and co-existence through education. From their passionate community outreach to their state-of-the-art wildlife emergency facility and everything in-between, this organization’s impact is never ending. For example, their Sam Goldman Wildlife Hospital was built for the sole purpose of treating injured wildlife with specially trained staff. Learn what free services are offered to the public, how you can take a public tour and how you can help support this organization’s amazing mission. Another “I can’t wait” kind of show. This show sponsored by Discount Cab.
Tyler Breen of Weathermen Waterfowl talking Goose Hunting, Duck Hunting, Photography Tueday March 3rd 2015 89:00pm Eastern LIVE Making it RIAN!!! or SNOW.... LOL
Pitboss Waterfowl: http://www.pitbosswaterfowl.com
Artists You Should Know is all about helping you expand your skill set and becoming a better photographer and business person. Skip Cohen is your host and today's guest is San Francisco children's photographer, Brooke Bryand. While Brooke has an increbily diverse skill set, her passion is photographing babies.
In the wedding industry we always talk about storytelling as an important skill. Well, Brooke has taken storytelling to a new level with her portrait work with babies, utilizing macro photography to capture "those tiny toes and itty bitty lips" and doing portraits with her signature, an extremely narrow depth of field. You'll immediately pick up on her passion for the craft as she talks about the importance of building a relationship with her subjects and "the 10 second rule".
Today's podcast is all thanks to our friends at Tamron USA. They not only make great glass, but their passion for education and supporting the photographic community has set the standard for the industry.
This podcast is also part of a "daily double". Check out Brooke's guest post on the SCU blog. She's shared three outstanding tips to help you develop your own unique look and raise the bar on your images, especially when shooting babies with a macro lens.
On this episode of Renaldo Creative Design and Photography, Renaldo talks about getting starting in the Photography industry. Learn the best Camera, Lens, Software, Techniques for aspiring Photographers. View Renaldo's work at http://www.renaldocreative.com and make sure you check out www.renaldocreative.com/blog for more tips, techniques, downloads and more... More Photography tips at: http://www.renaldocreative.com/blog/17thingilearnaboutphotography
Canon Digital Rebel T5i
Canon EOS 70D
Canon or Nikon 50mm f1/8
Adobe Photoshop Elements
Adobe Photoshop CC
Adobe Lightroom 5