Often when we think of wildlife we think of animals far away from home, but many people take amazing wildlife photos in their own backyards.
Photographing Furry and Feathery Wildlife
Depending on where you live, there are many ways to turn your yard into a wildlife haven for squirrels, raccoons, birds, deer, frogs and other critters.
While it's true that we rarely do wildlife a service by feeding them from our cupboards, if you follow the wildlife attraction and sustainability tips from the National Wildlife Federation (they're online) you can feel good knowing that you are giving back to wildlife.
You will also be creating an environmentally friendly landscape as well because what is good for the animals is also good for the environment.
Take a bit of time to read about the habits of the species you want to photograph and you'll find it much easier to capture them with your camera. And you will be better able to avoid attracting potentially dangerous predators into your yard. You might also want to check out the code of ethic posted for professional nature photographers by the North American Nature Photography Association.
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