Animals & Pets

What Kind Of Frog Is This?

Posted September 9, 2011 by Aaron Wormus

A tale of self proclaimed internet expert, a frog and a 7-year-old girl This morning while inspecting my yard I found a cute 2-inch long frog. After snapping a quick picture I called Mia, my 7-year-old, out to take a look at it, while I quickly sat down at the computer to find out what […]

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Florida’s Lion Country Safari 5 Stars For Fun

Posted December 23, 2016 by Len Rapoport

Lion Country Safari Our 5 Star Pick Updated Dec. 23, 2016 – Originally published January 2015 Over the years I have visited many theme and amusement parks including those that feature a safari like experience. The one that I love to visit when ever I spend time with my son’s family in Florida is the […]

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How To Take Amazing Photos At The Zoo

Posted April 12, 2012 by John Soule

hotographing animals at the local zoo can be both fun and a challenge. The best time to catch some of the outdoor subjects is when the temperatures are not so cold that the animals remain indoors and not so hot that they just lay under a shady tree motionless. As we approach the end of […]

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The Maryland Blue Crab – A Local Treasure In Troubled Waters

Posted November 14, 2012 by John Soule

  s the lobster is to Maine, the Blue Crab is to Maryland.  The reason the Blue Crab is such a treasure to Maryland is not just for the special flavor and the way they are prepared, but also for the fact that more than one-third of the United State’s catch of Blue Crabs come from […]

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The Importance Of Dolphin Counting, With Knowing Comes Caring

Posted July 24, 2012 by John Soule

Spending the day at the beach can mean a lot of sights and sounds for those of every age.  And for those familiar with mid-Atlantic beaches, know that part of the excitement of being at the beach is scanning the waters just offshore for a glimpse of passing marine life.  It often starts with someone pointing at […]

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The Eyes Have It – Underwater Photography of Wildlife

Posted September 19, 2014 by Howie Grapek

As a seasoned master diver and snap-happy underwater explorer, I am constantly trying to capture all of the unique creatures and beautiful environments with my camera. All safe divers know that we must “plan our dive” and “dive our plan”. This includes depth planning, air consumption, what we will be exploring, hand signals and communication […]

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2015 NYC Easter Bonnet Parade With Amy Bursor

Posted April 6, 2015 by Len Rapoport

Len Rapoport, IPA President and IPA’s newest staff member Amy Bursor we explore New York City’s Easter Bonnet Parade 2015. A wonderful video features live on camera interviews with some of the most interesting and creative attendees at this parade.

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National Aquarium’s Marine Animal Rescue Program – Dolphin Count 2013

Posted July 15, 2013 by John Soule

Annual dolphin counts help marine mammal specialists capture a snapshot look at dolphin populations, reproduction rates and ocean health. Looking at the population numbers over the years can help to determine the health of the coastal ecosystem as well as the abundance of prey.

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VAUTOUR FAUVE

Posted April 18, 2014 by IMPress Archives

Le mois d’avril est la période de couvaison pour les vautours fauves. 350 couples nichent dans les falaises des gorges du Tarne et de la Jonte prêt de Millau dans le parc naturelle des Cévennes en France. Vers la fin des années 1940 les vautours fauves disparaissent du ciel de France, décimé par l’empoisonnement des […]

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