“Wildlife Customer” featured

We’d love to feature your Wallner Photography purchase on our blog. Send me a photo of your purchase in your house or you wearing your new item and we’ll feature it on our blog!

Here’s one of our young wildlife fans sporting a Red-Tailed Hawk t-shirt his grandma bought for him!

Thanks for letting us share this photo Sara (grandma) and Kristen (mom)! We love it!

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Our Early Bird Sale Details – Sale Ends Friday!

When you purchase a $25 gift card, you’ll get a 10% discount code to use on your next purchase!

And, 15% of the proceeds from each Wallner Photography item sold goes to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), an organization that helps endangered species across the globe. Learn more about worldwildlife.org

Get the details.

Veterans Day

Honoring all who have served.

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The Vietnam Veterans National Memorial wall reflections. The Washington Monument is in the background in Washington DC.

 

 

Look Whoo’s Having an Early Bird Sale!

Fly on over and check out the details before the Early Bird sale ends on Friday.

When you purchase a $25 gift card, you’ll get a 10% discount code to use on your next purchase!

And, 15% of the proceeds from each Wallner Photography item sold goes to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), an organization that helps endangered species across the globe. Learn more about worldwildlife.org

Get the details.

Snowy Owl Flight

Early Bird Sale! Ends Friday

Start your holiday shopping early with this Early Bird Sale!

When you purchase a $25 gift card, you’ll receive a 10% discount code to use on your next purchase!

And, 15% of the proceeds from each Wallner Photography item sold goes to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), an organization that helps endangered species across the globe. Learn more about worldwildlife.org

Get the details.

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Luck at Horseshoe Bend Flashback

Horseshoe Bend is located to the southwest of Page, Arizona, and provides a breathtaking view of the Colorado River from the steep rim of the bend that makes a 270 degree curve.

From the parking lot, the walk to the overlook is about ¾ mile. Knowing that rain was headed our way, I quickly grabbed my wide-angle lens and headed up the hill. Once up the hill, I looked down a long path where you could see people the size of ants, so I half ran/half walked as fast as I could to the edge. About 15 minutes later, I arrived at the edge.

In order to get the expansive full view of the bend, you will need a wide-angle lens or a point and shoot camera that has a 24 mm or preferably a 21 mm lens. A 28 mm lens just won’t do if you want to include both sides of the river. I took the photo below with a wide-angle zoom lens set at 22 mm.

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Portions were previously posted Nov. 29, 2011.

 

Two Days Left in Polar Bear Week

Polar Bear Week falls during the annual polar bear migration in Churchill, Canada, where Polar Bears gather to wait for the Hudson Bay to freeze so they can return to hunting seals. They will have had very little to eat since the spring ice thaw, so freezing of the ice is critical for them.

As temperatures dip colder, remember the Polar Bears rely on the cold weather to freeze the ice so they can eat. Climate change directly impacts their ability to survive.

Bring on the cold temps! And put on another sweater if you need to stay warm.

Here are some pics from Churchill I took a few years back. Enjoy!

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National Hug a Bear Day

It’s for hugging teddy bears only! Though hugging real bears would be so awesome!

Enjoy this little bear hugging its mom.

Trip Tip: If you want to see a Grizzly Bear, one of the best National Parks to see one is Katmai National Park in Alaska!

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New Journeys to Learning Teacher Resource: Nature Walk!

Nature Walk! is a fun adventure you can take your students on in your own area. This non-competitive game can be completed individually or with a partner; differentiated activity; covers very basic skills and looks like a “big kid” game – great for special education or intervention!!

Students engage with the photographs and are motivated to play the game because it does not “look” like a first grade level activity. Students absolutely love this game. It also can start some great conversations about nature, animals and other things on the Discover List.

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Grizzly’s Are Ready for Winter

The Grizzly Bears at the Minnesota Zoo have fattened up nicely for their winter hibernation!

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National Animal Shelter and Rescue Appreciation Week Is Here!

This is one of my favorite photos when we brought little Katmai home from the shelter to meet his older siblings. In this photo, he’s trying to get a good look at his older sister, who at the time would have nothing to do with the new little adoptee we brought home.

During this week of National Animal Shelter and Rescue Appreciation week, here’s several ways to get involved!

• Adopt your next pet from a shelter!

• Volunteer. Helping animals at the shelter can be an incredibly rewarding experience.

• Be a responsible pet owner. Keep your pet at home as a member of your family for a lifetime. Spay/neuter your pets, make sure they’re wearing collars and ID tags (to get them home if they become lost), don’t let your pets roam loose. Ask your local shelter what else you can do to be a great pet owner.

• Donate supplies. Shelters are often in need of towels, toys and other items. Always check with your local shelter first to find out what they need. Request donations from family, friends and colleagues. You might also want to team up with your child’s school, afterschool or camp to organize an Animal Shelter Drive.

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