A Short Wildlife Conservation Story - Black-tailed Prairie Dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus)

September 20, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Most people take for granted that someone else will “take care of it.” If you see a piece of trash do you pick it up? Most likely. But if you see a parking lot full of trash what do you do? Hopefully you move what you can into a trash receptacle but the percentages that you will spend the time begin to diminish. When it comes to wildlife issues, o...
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Wind River Photographers Retreat 2021

September 20, 2021  •  3 Comments
August has been a whirlwind of a month and it's nice to be home reviewing images from the first ever Wind River Photographers Retreat held in Dubois, Wyoming, August 8-14, 2021. I was honored to be part of the experience and looking forward to next year's event. "Horses & Wrangler, Ranch Shoot" © Sandy Zelasko, InvestInNature.org Participants w...
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South Dakota's Photographic Jewels

July 30, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Of all 50 states, the least visited would be the Dakotas making them a great way to get away from the crowds, for photographers and adventurers alike. In this blog post you will read about many of the popular locations that call South Dakota their home. Often described as the Mount Rushmore State, possibilities are endless. From vast sunflower fiel...
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The Salton Sea Persists: A Photography Destination

July 30, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
If you have ever wondered about the Salton Sea then you might start here. Located in Southern California, just north of the Mexico border, the Salton Sea is in transition. Once, abundant birds visited its shorelines on their migratory routes via the Pacific Flyway. Birders and photographers from around the world would come to witness the spectacle...
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Spring in Yellowstone 2019 - The Short Report!

July 01, 2019  •  4 Comments
SPRING IN YELLOWSTONE 2019 - The Short Report! As planned, we landed in our RV spot May 1 st ready to rush into the park, but instead treated ourselves to a quiet evening discussing our strategy for the next morning. As I recall, a 4:30 AM wake up was mentioned. UGH. The bane of this wildlife photographer. Our May Home! ©Sandy Zelasko, InvestInNa...
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