Which “Dangerous" Animals to Photograph
So then, what can you photograph? That will depend, of course, on what’s available. The answer then is any and all types of animals that you can get any type of access to. That’s what you’ll photograph, and that’s what you’ll focus on for cash-generating digital images.
A quick scan of several of the above mentioned facilities might yield unique photo opportunities for digital images of animals and birds like:
· Hawks and Falcons
· Vultures like this colorful Andean Condor (pictured)
· Pigeons and Doves
· Parrots, Macaws, Parakeets, etc.
· Lions, tigers, cougars, bobcats, panthers and other “big cats"
· Wild and domestic horse breeds from miniatures and Shetlands to Clydesdales
· A variety of dog breeds, wolves, coyotes, and jackals
· Wild boars, peccaries or tapirs
· Three-Toed Sloths, monkeys and Tittis (pronounced “Tee-Tee", a species of tiny monkeys common as “pets" in some regions of the world)
· Moles, shrews (I mean the four-legged kind, please) and hedgehogs (these cute little fellows were recently all the rage in many parts of Europe)
· Aquatic life of a wide variety, both fresh and salt-water species