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Daniel Dietrich is a professional wildlife photographer and a certified California Naturalist. His travels have taken him and his camera to every continent on the planet to photograph wildlife. When home, he spends nearly every day in Point Reyes National Seashore. His intimate knowledge of the park, its history, and the animal life will provide his guests with a one of a kind experience.

 

Daniel's commitment to nature, his clients and his followers is to shoot nature as it presents itself. He will never use bait, lures, calls or any other method of manipulating an animal to view or capture an image.

His wildlife images and writing has been featured in Audubon, Sierra Magazine, Outdoor Photographer, Wild Planet and other national and international magazines and papers.

Daniel is on the ethics committee for the North America Nature Photography Association (NANPA).

Read Daniel's interview with Bay Nature:

http://baynature.org/article/the-ethics-of-shooting-the-wild/

Read Daniel's interview with Mother Nature Network:

http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/stories/the-best-way-to-get-close-to-bobcats-act-like-youre-not-even-there

Read Daniel's interview with Project Coyote:

http://www.projectcoyote.org/wildlife-photographer-daniel-dietrich/

 

Jaymi Heimbuch is a full-time professional wildlife conservation photographer, naturalist and instructor. She leads nature photography tours around the world, but specializes in North America's west coast. She is experienced in teaching camera skills and editing techniques, and has a love for sharing the ecology of species and locations while photographing them with clients. She is certified as a Master Naturalist and is certified at Track & Sign III. She has been a professional photographer for the last decade, with images appearing in National Geographic, Audubon, National Wildlife, Ranger Rick and many other publications.