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Profile for Doug J
Name Doug J (joined 10-Dec-2002) (pbase supporter)
Username dougj
Email
dougjmail-pbase1@ yahoo dot com
Personal URL http://www.pbase.com/dougj
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View Galleries : Doug J has 33 galleries and 1949 images online.
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View Guestbook : 85 messages. Most recent on 19-Nov-2012.


Message from Doug J
Welcome! I hope your visit to my galleries is enjoyable - seeing some of the people, places and creatures we share the world with through my eyes and lens.

Current cameras: Canon 30D, 1D Mark III
Current lenses: A variety of Canon lenses that cover wide angle (17mm) through super-telephoto ( 800mm) in focal lengths.
Ancillary gear - Various tripods, tripod heads, various strobes/flashes & flash extenders.

My primary birding system today is a Canon 1D mark III, 580EX II, flash extender, battery packs, Gitzo 3541XLS, 4th Dimension Mongoose M3.6 gimbal head. The lenses are Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS, EF 300mm f/2.8 IS and EF 800MM f/5.6 IS, with Canon 1.4x or 2.0x TCs as needed.


== A partial list of non-commercial organizations that have published Doug’s work ==


Nature Awareness & Conservation:
American Bird Conservancy -http://www.abcbirds.org
ARKive – Wildscreen, Promoting conservation through wildlife imagery - http://www.arkive.org/
Avibase - Bird Links to the World -http://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/
AvianWeb -http://www.avianweb.com/index.html
Bird Life International – Conserving the World’s Birds -http://www.birdlife.org/
Bird Note -http://www.birdnote.org
Canadian Wildlife Federation -http://www.cwf-fcf.org/en/resources/magazines/wild
International Union for Conservation of Nature -http://www.iucn.org
National Geographic -http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2013/06/10/on-the-origin-of-really-shiny-species
Nature Kenya – The East African Natural History Society - Birds of Dakatcha Woodland Important Bird Area -http://www.naturekenya.org/
Rainforest Alliance –http://www.rainforest-alliance.org/community-forestry/regions/nicaragua
Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society, California -http://www.scvas.org
Scientific American -http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=saving-the-ugly-species
Tropical Biology Association - African biodiversity conservation and research –http://www.tropical-biology.org/
Wildlife Conservation Society
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) – Land of the Birds of Paradise -http://www.worldwildlife.org/home-full.html


Government:
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada: National Program on Environmental Health-Biodiversity
California Department of Food and Agriculture
San Francisco Department of the Environment
US Department of Agriculture


Educational:
American Printing House for the Blind - Address: Earth -http://www.aph.org
Arizona State University - Bird Coloration
Chicago University Press - The Ornaments of Life: Coevolution and Conservation in the Tropics
Cornell University - All About Birds
Cornell University - Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Harvard University Press - Bird Coloration, Volume 2: Function and Evolution
Oxford University - Primary English series
Yale University - Evolution - An introduction
University of Washington - Conservation In Practice

Museums, Zoos & other:
American Museum of Natural History -http://www.amnh.org/
Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois -http://fieldmuseum.org/
St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London
London Zoo, UK
Columbus Zoo & Aquarium, Ohio
Houston Zoo, Texas
Jurong Bird Park, Singapore
Taronga Zoo, Australia
Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens
Idaho Zoo, Idaho Falls -http://www.idahofallsidaho.gov/city/city-departments/parks-recreation/parks-recreation-zoo/zoo-information.html
World Association of Zoos and Aquariums –http://www.waza.org/en/zoo/visit-the-zoo/storks-herons-flamingos-cranes-and-relatives/mycteria-cinerea
Tautphaus Park Zoo, Idaho –http://www.idahofallszoo.org
Rockwall Independent School District, Texas
The Master Index Thailand
The Irrawaddy magazine, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Mekong Private Development Facility:http://www.mpdf.org
Wkipedia -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birds
PC Zoo:http://www.pc-zoo.com

Photos also appear on other nature & conservancy websites, in other publications

== Photo Usage ==

The photos in these PBase galleries are licensed under a Creative Commons license, which has restrictions. Click on the following link for details.
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. Usage of a photo is restricted to non-commercial use, and requires that I be identified as the copyright owner, with a URL for my PBase galleries. I encourage folks to enjoy and use these photos, within the constraints I have posted. When in doubt, please contact me.


= Non-commercial use of the photos in these galleries =

Non-commercial, as defined in this license specifically excludes any sale of this work or any portion thereof for money, even if the sale does not result in a profit by the seller or if the sale is by a 501(c)(3) nonprofit or NGO. Usage of my photos is limited to only personal and educational usage. I encourage people to use and enjoy these captures of brief moments in time. You may use these photos for education, your personal use including blogs and personal websites. Photos that are used MUST be accompanied with a clearly marked “Copyright Douglas Janson”, and I REQUIRE my Pbase website URL be included.

= Commercial use of the photos in these galleries =

High resolution images of most of my photos are available for licensed, non-profit and commercial use. I process the photos as required for your needs. Please contact me for details.


Thanks for visiting!



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