Drew Fulton is a conservation photographer and filmmaker with a passion for exploring the natural world. He is dedicated to creating media that highlights natural history and promotes environmental preservation.
The often overlooked American Coot is an abundant water bird found across the entire country. During the winter, the form large flocks in Florida and are a rowdy bunch with constant squabbles and entertainment
Take a look at the chaos of a feeding frenzy dominated by a wide variety of herons, egrets, spoonbills, storks, and more in the latest installment of the Nature Profiles series.
Take a moment to learn about the beautiful displays that Great Blue Herons perform during their courtship and nest building.
Take three minutes to learn more about Spatterdock and the birds that use the Spatterdock as hunting grounds in the latest episode of Nature Profiles.
Today’s Daily Species
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Back in June, I was approached by a close friend and advisor who suggested that I consider taking a week to set aside what I was working on and attend an artists’ retreat at Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies. The program is called Digging In! and is an opportunity for a group of documentary artists to come together for a week of intense independent work supplemented by small group discussions and meetings supporting each other as well as lots of fun and fellowship.