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Fattening Up for Winter by Jim Zablotny
Taking a Drink by Jim Zablotny
Black-Throated Blue Warbler by Jim Zablotny
Yellow-Rumped Warbler by Jim Zablotny
Wood Duck #4 by Jim Zablotny
Hen Wood Duck by Jim Zablotny
Spring Color #2 by Jim Zablotny
Breakfast on the Go by Jim Zablotny
Landing Gear Down by Jim Zablotny
Spring Color by Jim Zablotny
Great Horned Owl Family by Jim Zablotny
Defying Gravity by Jim Zablotny
Cold Morning by Jim Zablotny
Black-capped Chickadee by Jim Zablotny
Greater Yellowlegs by Jim Zablotny
Black Swallowtail by Jim Zablotny
Coming in for Dinner by Jim Zablotny
Ruby-throated Hummingbird by Jim Zablotny
Indigo Bunting by Jim Zablotny
Great Blue Heron by Jim Zablotny
Sora Rail by Jim Zablotny
Virginia Rail by Jim Zablotny
Sandhill Crane by Jim Zablotny
Calico Pennant by Jim Zablotny
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About Jim Zablotny
Jim Zablotny is a natural historian, entomologist, and nature photographer from Fenton, Michigan. His present work emphasizes color, detail, and bold composition of natural subjects. His artistic endeavors included scientific illustration, and presently nature photography with subjects ranging from macro photographs of insects and wildflowers, to birds, reptiles,amphibians, and mammals. Many of his newer images are photographs of the living things found in endangered habitats like prairies, and fens.
Jim is a regular participant on the Nature Photographers Network (http://www.naturephotographers.net/enter.html) and has earned Editor's picks for weekly and monthly presentations for his macro-photography of insects and wildflowers. One of his dragonfly photographs was selected as a winning photograph in the fauna category of the Michigan Nature Association photography contest. His scientific illustrations appear in Rollin Baker's "Mammals of Michigan".
Current projects include photographing the organisms of wet prairie fens in Michigan and the wildlife of Livingston County, Michigan.