Along the River’s Edge – Witnessing the Sandhill Crane Migration

At sunset each day, Tom sits near the river’s edge as flock after flock of silhouetted sandhill cranes darken the sky—coming in to roost along the sandbars and shallows of the Platte River. The haunting sounds of thousands of cranes permeating the prairie are beautiful and unforgettable. Instinct brings the cranes back to the river

Mangelsen on a Photo Safari

JOIN TOM ON A PHOTO SAFARI January 30 – February 17, 2012 East Africa’s reputation as a classic photography destination is well earned. Immortalized by countless wildlife films, it needs little introduction. It is blessed with an abundance of spectacular wildlife, colorful cultures and lavishly gorgeous and photogenic landscapes. Everywhere you go the people are

Join Tom on a Photo Safari to East Africa

JOIN TOM ON A PHOTO SAFARI January 30 – February 17, 2012 East Africa’s reputation as a classic photography destination is well earned. Immortalized by countless wildlife films, it needs little introduction. It is blessed with an abundance of spectacular wildlife, colorful cultures and lavishly gorgeous and photogenic landscapes. Everywhere you go the people are

POLAR ADVENTURE IN MANITOBA, CANADA

Manitoba, Canada | 9:45 am: Woke up early and headed out into this land of blowing snow, hoping to see more polar bear families. The guides, searching ahead of us, discovered the same mother and cubs we watched and photographed yesterday. They were at an alternate den site, 125 yards uphill. We could see at

JOURNEY TO MASAI MARA, KENYA, AFRICA

Talek River Gorge, Masai Mara, Kenya | 3:15 pm: Drove to the gorge early this morning looking for a leopard, but no luck so far. On the way here we passed thousands of migrating wildebeest. As the sun was rising we drove to a slight rise where a lone acacia stood silhouetted against the morning