Finding & Photographing a family of Minks! How to find Wildlife, I’ll show you my favorite method

If you haven’t realized by now, I LOVE observing and photographing wildlife! But how do I find animals? How do I find wildlife to photograph? In this week’s video, I’ll take you along with me as I set out to find and photograph some more Minks. A few weeks ago I had a chance encounter with a Mink and used the encounter as an opportunity to learn more about this wonderful species. Over the following days, I got to spend some time observing and photographing this Mink, all the while I recorded what I observed and learned in my wildlife journal. Now I’m going to show you how I use the information that I collect to find other Minks in the area. This is my preferred method to find and learn more about wildlife! This was such a fun video to make as my efforts paid off and I was able to find and photograph not one, but an entire family of Minks!

I hope you enjoy this week’s video. If you do, please share it around and consider subscribing if you haven’t already done so!

As always, I strive to be as respectful to the animals I photograph and observe as I possibly can. As a professional wildlife photographer, it’s my responsibility to respect the beautiful animals I photograph, I encourage you to do the same. Have a wonderful week, we’ll see you next time!

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If you’d like to see my first encounter with the Mink in this area, check this video out: I

Other videos you may enjoy:

Photographing a family of Burrowing Owls – c
Photographing Bobcats – E
Photographing River Otters in a natural blind – o

Camera for still images – Canon 1DX Mark II
Video Camera – O
Vlogging Lens – P
Main Lens – 4
Microphone – M
Main Tripod – c
Vlogging Tripod – g
Fluid Head (Video head) – 4
Tripod Head – T
Memory Card – p

Trusted Gear List – r

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– No drones were flown in National Parks or restricted areas while making this video. Please fly responsibly and only in allowed areas.

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