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We are one of many stock photography sites, however our knowledge of the natural sciences sets us apart from other stock photo nature agencies. We sell stock photography 

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FEATURED PHOTOS

SUNRISE FOG

photo sunrise geese over lake Minnesota light beams water silhouette sunset tree trees foggy

Sunrise and geese over lake.

NICTITATING MEMBRANE

Photo Barred Owl Strix varia nictitating membrane over eyes transparent inner lid bird beak feathers

  "A transparent inner eyelid in birds, reptiles, amphibians, and some mammals that protects and moistens the eye without blocking vision." (Definition from dictionary.com) 

BLACK BEAR COOLING OFF

Photo Black bear Urus americanus bathing in pond water cooling off bears relaxing fur

  Black Bears cool off in woodland ponds and other small bodies of water and to get away from black flies, deer flies, ticks, and mosquitoes.  

VICEROY BUTTERFLY

Viceroy butterfly Limenitis archippus gathering nectar pollinating Bull Thistle Cirsium vulgare

Viceroy and Monarch butterflies look very similar, however the Viceroy's wings are smaller than the Monarch's wings. The most significant difference between the Viceroy and Monarch are the hind-wings of the Viceroy have a horizontal black stripe going across each of the wings, whereas the Monarch butterfly doesn't have this pattern.  

MONARCH BUTTERFLY

Monarch butterfly danaus plexippus feeding nectaring pollinating Bull Thistle flower Cirsium vulgare

The distinct orange, black, and white wings of the Monarch butterfly are readily recognized by many people. The beautiful colored wings also taste bad and are poisonous to many predators and the color is a warning signal to not eat them.  

FALL COLOR

Photo autumn scene Appalachian Mountains Fence Trees Leaves Color Lichen

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