Final Blog Post…

Final Blog Post…



Hi Everyone, I just wanted to write one final blog post on here.

It seems these days that the conventional blog is outdated and other social media platforms are now more relevant.

 

Final Blog Post…
Golden-crowned Tanager (Iridosornis rufivertex) perched on a branch in the mountains of Colombia, South America.
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Purplish-mantled Tanager (Iridosornis porphyrocephalus) perched on a branch in the mountains of Colombia, South America.
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White-tailed Hillstar
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Gentoo Penguin (Pygoscelis papua) returning to land through the waves in the Falkland Islands.
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King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) perched on a rocky beach on South Georgia Island.

 

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Glenn Bartley

Glenn Bartley

Glenn Bartley is a professional nature photographer who specializes in photographing birds in their natural habitat. He currently resides in Victoria, British Columbia on Canada’s West Coast. Glen runs instructional photo workshops throughout the year to exciting destinations around the world. Upcoming trips include Vancouver Island, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Churchill Manitoba and Peru. He focuses on birds because there are so many species, they can be found almost anywhere, they are challenging to photograph and beautiful to watch.

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Glenn Bartley

Glenn Bartley

Glenn Bartley is a professional nature photographer who specializes in photographing birds in their natural habitat. He currently resides in Victoria, British Columbia on Canada’s West Coast. Glen runs instructional photo workshops throughout the year to exciting destinations around the world. Upcoming trips include Vancouver Island, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Churchill Manitoba and Peru. He focuses on birds because there are so many species, they can be found almost anywhere, they are challenging to photograph and beautiful to watch.

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