For over 30 years, Tim Fitzharris has traveled to the earth's wild places in search of unique images. With infinite patience and using only existing light, Tim captures on film spectacular images of animals in their natural environment. From elephant seals playing in the surf to a hyena with her cubs, Private Lives of Animals 2004 is not only a stunning and candid look at nature, but it is a reflection of natural forces that humans instinctively understand.
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Tim Fitzharris began his career in a camouflaged treetop blind 70 feet above the ground photographing nesting great blue herons. He quickly became one of the world's leading nature photographers with his work featured in leading magazines and over 25 books, including Rocky Mountains and the popular nature photography handbooks, Nature Photography and Close-up Photography in Nature. Tim is also a columnist for Popular Photography magazine. His many awards include the prestigious BG Wildlife Photographer of the Year for first place in the bird behavior category in 2000 and the top prize in the mammal behavior category in 2001. He lives in Sante Fe, New Mexico.
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