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The Beaver State Podcast Episode 34: Wildlife Photography with Gary Kramer

November 12, 2020

Renowned wildlife photographer Gary Kramer stopped for a chat with the Beaver State Podcast on a recent swing through Oregon to photograph cacklers, taverners and duskies in the Willamette Valley. Kramer is set to complete a book that will feature every waterfowl species on earth in the next year, and he talks about the challenges of completing such an ambitious project through the Covid and highlights some of the benefits of wildlife photography for conservation.

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