Stan is proud to offer two different world-class Wildlife Photography Tours each summer during June and July in Minnesota's lake country.
Dates are limited.
Stan has written and photographed over a hundred state-by-state field guides and other books on nature.
NatureSmart Images is a web site featuring Stan's popular photography.
Stan Tekiela has given hundreds of talks and seminars across the country.
Stan's presentations will help you look at wildlife in a whole different way.
There are 10 orders of mammals in North America, with rodents being the largest. The rodent order is called (Rodentia) under the Mammalia class. In fact there are nearly 3,000 species of rodents, which means that about three quarters of all the mammals in America, or the world, are a kind of rodent.
Do you have any interesting wildlife in your backyard? Any nesting birds, deer, turkeys, reptiles, amphibians, or other unique wildlife? Or maybe a fox or coyote den?
If so, contact Stan at firstname.lastname@example.org with your backyard wildlife. If he can get a good photo of the subject, he will send you a print of the photo to hang on your wall.
When he's out in the field, Stan relies on his Vortex Razor binoculars and Vortex Razor spotting scope to help find the subjects for his award winning wildlife photography.
Now, contact Stan for your special code to get a 10% discount off, along with free shipping, when you purchase any of the Vortex line of binoculars or spotting scopes.
For thirty years, professional wildlife photographer Stan Tekiela has counted on Hunt's Photo and Video to provide him with professional photography equipment.
From tripods to camera bodies and lenses, Hunt's has been Stan's place for everything that he needs. Personal service and prompt shipping means Stan can count on Hunt's to support his professional wildlife photography career.
Professional Wildlife Photographer Stan Tekiela always uses Feeder Fresh in his seed feeders to help keep the feeders and food dry, clean and mold free.
He also uses Feeder Fresh Nectar Defender in all of his hummingbird feeders. It safely keeps nectar fresh longer.