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Photograph America Newsletter on Into the Everglades, Florida Photograph America Newsletter on Sanibel and Captiva Islands, Florida Photograph America Newsletter on Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee / North Carolina
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Updated - November 2009
Herons, egrets, ibis, anhingas, plus alligators, snakes, and many other creatures can easily be found and photographed along the remote trails and public boardwalks in the Everglades. This newsletter points out the best places to set up a tripod along the roads through the Everglades to the Flamingo Marina and down the Shark Valley Trail.
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Updated - September 2008

Find and photograph the great sea shells of Sanibel Island: scallops, cockles, carditas, moon snails, and countless clam shells. Learn details about photographing the birds of the Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge. Discover where and when to photograph the roseate spoonbills, the white ibis, and all the other seasonal migratory waterfowl.
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Updated - November 20014
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This national park is located at the southern end of the Blue Ridge Parkway and split by the Tennessee and North Carolina borders. Arrive in the spring for the peak of the wildflower season or in October when autumn foliage paints the mountainsides and avoid the crowds and traffic. This newsletter has the details, on the back roads, on remote trails, and on hidden corners of this park.
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Photograph America Newsletter on the Okefenokee, Georgia Photograph America Newsletter on the Outer Banks of North Carolina Photograph America Newsletter on Big Bend National Park, Texas
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Updated - March 2009
Only a few foot trails line the edge of the Okefenokee, America's largest and most primitive swamp. This newsletter points out the three places to enter and photograph birds, alligators, turtles, and landscapes with cypress-covered islands.
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Updated - January 2009
Wildlife photographers will find loggerhead turtles and alligators, shorebirds, and migratory waterfowl. Some of the oldest and tallest lighthouses along the Atlantic can be found here. This newsletter describes the five best hikes to find images in the wildlife refuges and the Cape Hatteras National Seashore.
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Updated - May 2013
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One of the least known and most remote of our national parks, Big Bend, is a nature photographer's delight. Black bears, mountain lions, deer, javalina, and ring-tail cats roam the Chisos Mountains. More types of cactus grow here than most other desert locations.
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Photograph America Newsletter on Wildflowers of Texas Hill Country Photograph America Newsletter on Shenandoah National Park, Virginia Photograph America Newsletter on Louisiana Wildlife Refuges
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Updated - November 2015 / with color photos
When weather conditions cooperate, spring wildflowers carpet the Texas Hill Country near Austin. Here are the details needed to find the best back roads and locate miles and miles of bluebonnets and paintbrush. This issue has directions to the Willow City Loop, Enchanted Rock, and Lake Buchanan, tips on close-up gear and close-up techniques, info on the National Wildflower Research Center.
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Updated - August 2009
Located at the north end of America's most scenic drive, the Blue Ridge Parkway in northern Virginia, Shenandoah is a wonderful place for wildflower photography and fall foliage. This newsletter has all the details on the best time to visit for the peak of autumn color or spring wildflowers.
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Updated - April 2009

This newsletter will guide nature photographers through the coastal refuges and the swamps and bayous along the Gulf of Mexico. Photograph alligators in Cameron Prairie Refuge, spoonbills in Lacassine Refuge, migratory waterfowl in Rockefeller Refuge, critters in Atchafalaya National Wildlife Refuge, and Big Cypress Swamp, Fakahatchee Strand, Corkscrew Swamp, and Venice Rookery.
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Photograph America Newsletter on South Carolina Low Country Photograph America Newsletter on Wildlife of South Florida Photograph America Newsletter on Back Roads of the Ozarks, Arkansas
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Updated - October 2009

This newsletter points out the best marshes along the South Carolina Coast for photographing migratory birds in the spring. Also explored are the dark swamps and coastal maritime forests. From Myrtle Beach south to the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, all the best tripod holes are listed.
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Updated - October 2009

Photograph skies full of migratory birds and extreme close-ups of nesting great blue herons and colorful tree snails. Included are directions to remote back roads along the Turner River and trails through swamps full of wildlife.
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Updated - November 2011
This newsletter follows a week-long loop around the Ozark National Forest and travels the unpaved back roads along the Buffalo River. Waterfalls, old mills, natural bridges, caverns, many rural villages, and rustic cabins are scattered through the Ozarks. Spring wildflowers and autumn color paints the hillsides.
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Photograph America Newsletter on Photographing Georgia Photograph America Newsletter on Florida Wildlife Refuges Photograph America Newsletter on the Florida Keys
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Updated - January 2013
Photograph wildlife refuges, sandy beaches, remote barrier islands, and a lot more. There are plenty of great locations for wildlife photography in the refuges and scenic landscapes along the marshes, from the Chattahoochee Mountains in the north to the Georgia Coastline.
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Updated - March 2013
This newsletter describes best locations and the best seasons for bird photography and where to find the classic Florida landscapes and dark swamps filled with cypress groves and alligators. Only a few of these spots require a long hike. At one of the locations, birds are easily photographed from the window of your car.
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By driving back roads to remote coves, walking white sand beaches and hiking through dense forests of tropical foliage, discover much more than the usual tourist attractions. I photographed shore birds, poisonwood trees, endangered crocodiles, sea turtles, and great sunsets in the Florida Keys.
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Photograph America Newsletter on Florida's Panhandle Coast Photograph America Newsletter on Palo Duro Canyon, Texas, and Northeastern NM
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This exploration of the coastline of Florida’s Panhandle starts in Tallahassee, the capital of Florida and a city with convenient airport connections, a great choice of lodgings and other necessary services. The city of Tallahassee is surrounded by forest trails, lakes, fascinating geological formations and natural springs large enough to feed rivers.
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In the middle of northern Texas is Palo Duro Canyon State Park. South of Colorado, west of Oklahoma and east of New Mexico, Palo Duro Canyon is located near Route 66, twenty miles south of the city of Amarillo, the largest city in the Panhandle of Texas and twelve miles east of the town of Canyon, Texas.
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