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Being a wildlife and nature photographer living in the big city of Dallas, Texas
provides me with one huge obstacle. I don’t have deer or bald eagles stopping by for their photoshoot. But I do have one place that is peaceful, quiet, and has very few distractions. It’s a little place I like to call my backyard.
A few years ago I converted my backyard into my very own little wildlife studio and bird sanctuary. Think about it for a minute. You can have flowers, insects, and birds right outside your backdoor. It can truly be your personal wildlife haven. What better place is there to hone and improve your photography skills?
Here are some ideas for turning your backyard into your very own wildlife photography studio.