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A Professional Wildlife Biologist and Wetlands Scientist (BS - Florida State & MS - Virginia Tech) residing in Tallahassee, Florida, Budd Titlow has authored three natural history books: Bird Brains - Inside the Strange Minds of Our Fine Feathered Friends (The Lyons Press - Globe Pequot Press), Seashells: Jewels from the Ocean (Voyageur Press), and Rocky Mountain National Park: Beyond Trail Ridge (Westcliffe Publishers). As a life-long naturalist, outdoor enthusiast, and educator, Budd has also owned and operated NATUREGRAPHS: Fine Freelance Photography and Writing for the past 35 years. His photographs have won awards in most major international and national natural history photo contests. He has also published more than 100 photo-essays and 5,000 photographs. His credits include the 2003 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Portfolio 13 Book and 2004 Wall Calendar, BBC Wildlife Magazine, Sierra Club Notecards, Outdoor Photographer, National Wildlife, Audubon, Outside, Nature's Best, Travel/Holiday, Time/Life, Popular Photography, Petersen's Photographic, and many more publications.
Throughout his career, Budd has shared his love of photography and nature by presenting seminars and workshops nationwide; including Staff Naturalist for the Umstead Hotel and Conference Center in Cary, North Carolina (two years); Artist-in-Residence at The Ford Plantation in Savannah, Georgia (two years); featured speaker for the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) (two years); featured speaker at the New England Council of Camera Clubs (NECCC) (two years); summit workshop leader for the National Wildlife Federation (fifteen years); workshop leader for the National Audubon Society (two years); workshop leader for the Massachusetts Audubon Society (five years); and founder/instructor for the Maine Island Workshops and Sugar Hill, New Hampshire Lupine Workshops (two years each). Additionally, Budd has presented more than 50 multi-media programs on natural resources (wetlands/wildlife/rare species), conservation, and environmental management topics to monthly meetings, annual conferences, and specialty workshops throughout the United States.
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