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Renowned wildlife photographer Bill Lea resides in Franklin and has been photographing wildlife since 1978. He estimates that he has had almost 6,000 of his photographs published. His photographs have been showcased in two coffee table books: GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS WILDLIFE PORTFOLIO and GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS WONDER. A third book will be published in the spring of 2007.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 74 Issue 5, Oct 2006, p150-152, 154, 156, 158, il Periodical Website
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8341
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For over fifty years, wildlife photographers Jack Dermid and Gene Hester have traveled across North Carolina in search of photographic opportunities. Dermid has a reputation for extraordinary patience in getting exactly the right shot, and Hester travels widely each year in search of waterfowl and deer. Wilson discusses the careers of these two well-known photographers.
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The January 2011 issue of WILDLIFE IN NORTH CAROLINA presents the winning photographs from the 2010 photography contest. Over 1,270 photographers entered 5,511 photographs. The contest was open to amateurs and professional photographers. This issue presents the top photographs in the following ten categories: birds; mammals; reptiles and amphibians; invertebrates; wild plants; outdoor recreation; wild landscapes; animal behavior; youth photographer, 13-17; and youth photographer, 12 and under.
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The January 2008 issue of WILDLIFE IN NORTH CAROLINA presents the winning photographs from the 2007 photography contest. This is the competition's third year. Over 1,019 photographers entered 5,484 photographs. The contest was open to amateurs and professional photographers. This issue presents the top photographs in the following ten categories: birds; mammals; reptiles and amphibians; invertebrates; wild plants; outdoor recreation; peaks, valleys and plains; animal behavior; youth photographer, 13-17; and youth photographer, 12 and under.
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The January 2012 issue of WILDLIFE IN NORTH CAROLINA presents the winning photographs from the 2011 photography contest. This is the competition's seventh year. Over 1,000 photographers entered 3,689 photographs. The contest was open to amateurs and professional photographers. This issue presents the top photographs in the following ten categories: birds; mammals; reptiles and amphibians; invertebrates; wild plants; outdoor recreation; wild landscapes; animal behavior; youth photographer, 13-17; and youth photographer, 12 and under.
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The January/February 2013 issue of WILDLIFE IN NORTH CAROLINA presents the winning photographs from the 2012 photography contest. This was the first year the contest was open to subscribers only, and they entered 1,611 photographs. This issue presents the top photographs in the following ten categories: birds; mammals; reptiles and amphibians; invertebrates; wild plants; outdoor recreation; wild landscapes; animal behavior; youth photographer, 13-17; and youth photographer, 12 and under.
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22359
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Wilson pays tribute to Jack Dermid, a famous wildlife photographer whose works appeared many times in Wildlife in North Carolina and other publications
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24025
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York recounts his experience with a particularly daring elk in the Great Smokey Mountains. The wildlife photographer found himself on the receiving end of an aggressive animal.
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The January/February 2016 issue of WILDLIFE IN NORTH CAROLINA presents the winning photographs from the 2015 photography contest. Amateur and professional photographers entered 1,500 photographs for the 2015 competition. This issue presents the top photographs in the following ten categories: birds; mammals; reptiles and amphibians; invertebrates; wild plants; outdoor recreation; wild landscapes; animal behavior; youth photographer, 13-17; and youth photographer, 12 & under.
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24845
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James Parnell tells about a new type of duck hunting that doesn’t involve a shotgun. He takes photographs of ducks as they leap out of the water to catch beautiful images rather than catching the ducks themselves.
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25687
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Anne Grimes, the founder of Harvest Times Food Inc., has spent the last few years practicing photography. Her business and home are on 40 acres of certified wildlife habitat and butterfly habitat. Anne enjoys taking pictures of birds, butterflies, and other wildlife.
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Greenville Times (NoCar Oversize F264 G72 G77), Vol. Issue , Spring/Summer 2016, p18-25, il, por
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9718
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Wildlife photographer Jack Dermid has traveled across North Carolina in search of photographic opportunities. Earley discusses his life and work.
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Most nature lovers and sportsmen know F. Eugene Hester as an outstanding outdoor photographer who has worked for forty years. His other activities include college teaching and high-level administrative work at the U.S. Department of the Interior.
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Retired Mitchell County native Harry Ellis worked all his life as a machinist. Through his love of the out-of-doors, he is known around the state as a well-respected writer, wildlife photographer, and naturalist.
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The photographs of photographer-naturalist Harry Ellis are profiled in this pictorial essay.
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