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Clyde chooses where to photograph wildlife depending upon which animals he wants to photograph, their stage of growth and life span; the season of the year; and what he wants from the experience:
In North America, you can photograph elk, moose, deer, pronghorn, elephant seal, bison, bear (brown and black), cougar, raccoon, badger, chipmunks, squirrels …….. Birds such as eagle (bald and golden), owls, hawks, falcons, turkey, prairie chicken, grouse, ducks, geese, cranes, song birds ...
In South America, you can photograph Mammals such as caiman, anteaters, jaguar, giant otter, capybara, sloths ... Birds such as storks, parrots, macaw, kingfishers, herons, hawks, owls, cuckoos...
In Africa, there is exceptional wildlife. Elephant, cape buffalo, black and white rhinos, lion, cheetah, leopard, gizelles, impala, eland, hippo, giraffe, oryx, worthog, baboon, monkey... Birds such as pelicans, cranes, herons, rollers, secretary bird, busters, flamingos, bee eaters, weavers, ostrich….. In Kenya/Tanzania, check the migration and river crossings in September (depending upon rainfall). Also, excellent shooting in February and March in the southern Serengeti when calving occurs and there are plenty of predators.