WildNaturePhotos, LLC is an Arizona-based company run by photographers Rich and
Margie Wagner that produces world-class imagery of wildlife, nature and
environmental subjects. Their film/digital image collection represents a
combined 35+ years of field work, with an emphasis on the natural history
of birds, reptiles and other venomous animals, the Sonoran Desert, and
Central and South America. They are also digital imaging & color
management specialists, so you can be sure that the image you license
will look terrific in reproduction. Rich is also a former offset pressman
and can help with technical issues to get your project to press looking great.
Rich and Margie are also long-time members of the American Society of Media Photographers and are Board Members of the Tucson, Arizona chapter of ASMP. Rich is the Communications Chair and is in charge of developing and maintaining the ASMP Tucson web site (www.asmptucson.org) and Margie is the Chapter Secretary.
WildNaturePhotos is pleased and proud to represent the photographic work
of Greg Smith, Helen and Noel Snyder, and Ron Austing.
Greg Smith worked as a biologist for the State of California for 16 years before taking
on the role of Superintendent of the Coastal Sector. His photographic
interests are diverse, and range from pelagic birds to the wildlife of
Helen and Noel Snyder are noted biologists/photographers who
previously led the California Condor Endangered Species Recovery Program
and the Arizona Thick-billed Parrot Reintroduction Program. They are the
authors of numerous books on raptors. Their current photographic work
focuses mostly on their passion for raptors and butterflies.
Ron Austing is
an internationally renowned photographer best known for his photography of
birds of prey and neotropical migrant songbirds. He was also the official
photographer for the Cincinnati Zoo, as well as a Park Ranger and Wildlife Manager
for the Hamilton Country Parks in Ohio. His work has been published in thousands
of articles in publications such as National Geographic, Audubon, Birder's World, Ranger Rick, National
Wildlife, and countless others.
Rich and Margie's first book, Tread Lightly: Venomous and Poisonous
Animals of the Southwest, is currently
availablle through your favorite bookstore or on Amazon!
» The Tropics - Costa Rica, Ecuador, Panama and Peru.
» Flora and fauna of the Sonoran Desert.
» Venomous animals.
» Raptors (Hawks, Falcons, Eagles and Owls), including banding operations and nesting.
» North American Songbirds (including neotropical migrants).
» Kirtland's Warbler (one of the most endangered songbirds in the U.S.)
» Italy - Tuscany, Castles, Coastline, Vineyards, Wineries.
Publication Credits (partial listing):
» Americas Magazine
» Arizona Highways Magazine
» Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
» Audubon Institute / Aquarium of the Americas
» Birds of North America : Western Region (Smithsonian Handbooks)
» Birder's World Magazine
» Bugs by Lowenstein and Lechner (Black Dog& Leventhal)
» California Academy of Sciences
» CroFab® Rattlesnake Antivenom Ad Campaign (Horizon Communications)
» "Deadly Dates" Calendar, Toxicology Historical Society (Orphan Medical)
» Defenders of Wildlife Magazine
» Gambel's Quail book by Rio Nuevo Publishers
» Gerling Versicherungs-Beteiligungs-AG
» Houghton Mifflin
» Jakes Magazine
» Javelina book by Rio Nuevo Publishers
» National Audubon Society's Field Guide to the Southwestern States
» Nature Photographer Magazine
» Prentice-Hall Publishers
» Pearson Prentice Publishers
» Quarasan Publishers
» Ranger Rick (NWF Publication)
» The Nature Conservancy
» The Shedd Aquarium (Chicago)
» Tucson Weather Calendar
» U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
» Wright Group/McGraw-Hill
» Your Big Backyard Magazine (NWF Publication)
» ZooID Pictures Limited, UK
All images on this site are legally protected by U.S. and International copyright laws and may not be used for reproduction in any manner without authorization. Professional researchers may download a copy of an image for layout and design purposes.