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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Favorite Wildlife Sightings

Nothing is more special than watching 5 week old leopard twins and I pray for more photo ops like this one.  See Leopard Cubs: Blue Eyes Babies for more images.


My newest gallery, featuring Alaskan coastal brown bear cubs, was a fun and different experience - see Teddy Bears in the Wild.  

I normally focus on leopard and cheetah families, but 2.5 week old lion babies were fun to watch as well - see Lion Cubs - Mesmerizing Babies.     

A very cherished cheetah sighting includes this spunky 3 week old single cub - Cheetah Cubs: Meet Sparky.



These 2 mo. old cheetah triplets were beyond precious - Cheetah Cubs: Adorable Triplets.  

Finding healthy cheetah quadruplets during a very tough drought year made this sighting extra special - Cheetah Cubs: Four Furballs. 



It's rare to find a leopard mom with 2 week old twins and sometimes prayers get answered - see Leopard Cubs: Moving Day.   


My other love is photographing 2 month old polar bear cubs emerging from their den which I did for 7 years in a row.  2013 was my favorite year because we watched the most animated polar bear family on the planet - see Polar Bear Cubs: Romp and Roll Twins.   


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