Thursday, January 7, 2016

Favorite Galleries

Here are some of my most cherished wildlife experiences starting with Cheetah II: Meet Sparky  an adorable 3 week old cheetah cub.

After a dozen safaris, my prayers were finally answered when I got to observe cheetah cubs less than 2 months old in the wild - Cheetahs I: Magical Moments.

Because of late rains in 2015, it was unbearably dry and tough for big cats in the Southern Serengeti (no wildebeest, grass grazers or food).  So, we were beyond thrilled when we found healthy quadruplets Cheetahs III: Four Furballs.

It's rare to find a leopard mom moving 2 week old twins from den to den but sometimes you get lucky.  Check out Leopards VI: Moving Day.   

And, nothing is sweeter than finding blue eyed leopard babies like these cuties - Leopards V: Most Adorable Blue Eyed Babies.  I truly lust for another magical experience like this one.

Lastly, I photographed adorable polar bear babies for 7 seasons in a row and 2013 was my favorite year because we were entertained by the most animated polar bear twins on the planet.  See Polar Bear Babies V: Romp and Roll. 


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