Now you can
purchase any
of the photos
in Paul's
albums -  
and many,
many more.
Wildlife Adventures
"As a photographer, I am often amazed at how animals
permit me inside their realm to photograph them as
ambassadors for their species and nature as a whole."
" We share the
earth with an
amazing variety
of wildlife;  we
each species
for its singular
importance AND its
importance to the
collective welfare of
our planet."
Memorable Images From the Wild!               Memorable Days Afield!
Regal Rooster
Among the variety of pheasants native to eastern Asia, the most
common are Ring-necked Pheasants, which have been
introduced to vast areas of Europe, North America, and Japan.
Some Favorite Fotos of Wetland Birds
African Trio
The majesty of a Sable Antelope, the grace of a leaping
Impala, and the ferocity of a bull Hippo offer but a few
candid visions of wild Africa - past and present.
Penguin Prose
Found only in the
Hemisphere, 17
species of penguins
can be found from the
Equator south to the
interior of Antarctica.

In a circle starting
from the top left and
ending at the top right:

A wind-sculpted blue
iceberg provides a
natural cruise ship for
Adelie Penguins miles
offshore of Antarctica.

King Penguins nest in
colonies, this one
numbering more than
400,000 in South

Kings keep newly
hatched chicks
warmed atop their
feet and beneath a
special fold in their
belly skin.

How rare is an albino
King penguin?

Magellanic Penguins
nest in underground
burrows in huge
colonies in Patagonia.

A Rockhopper
Penguin calls loudly
as it displays in its
crowded  nesting
colony in the   
Falkland Islands.
Neotropical Migrants
A Magnolia Warbler, Cape May Warbler and Eastern
Kingbird are among the many birds that winter in Latin
America and nest in North America, making remarkable
north and south migrations each year between the
tropics and temperate regions of the New World.
The Penguin Album - An Introduction:
Paul Konrad uses Canon cameras and lenses exclusively.
Black-necked Stilt
Black-necked Stilt
Franklin's Gull
Long-billed Curlew
Black-necked Stilt
Black-necked Stilt
Black-necked Stilt
Black-necked Stilt
Pacific Loon (winter)
Bonus Photos  (this stack of fotos just didn't fit on the regular page)
Eurasian Wigeon
Mule Deer
White-tailed Deer
A rarely observed Ribbon Seal
- on the edge of the ice between Siberia and Alaska.
Partial-albino Fox Squirrel
   (in Paul's yard)
Short-eared Owl in action
Killdeer hatchling
Snow Bunting
You can order high-quality 8"x 10"photo prints for just $60 each.
                                                          (plus a slight shipping charge)

Contact us at:  Would you like to see even
more photographs from Paul's wildlife collections?      A collection of owls? A
variety of penguins? African animals? American wildlife?  Ducks, deer, parrots,
lions, toucans? Paul has tens of thousands of photographs -
You name it!

Photos are also available for illustrating books, magazines, and newspapers.

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This unique tree squirrel illustrates
that you can travel the world in
search of wildlife adventures, yet
some things make your own back
yard a special place in the wild
world that surrounds us.
Wetlands are
among our
most valuable
provide habitat
for many birds
and other
Red-tailed Hawk
(rare rufous morph)
White Ibis
Adelie Penguin
Underground Owl
Few birds nest below
ground, but Burrowing
Owls utilize mammal
burrows for shelter,
security, and a safe
haven to raise a
brood of owlets
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