William H Wiley

Nature and Wildlife Images in the Wild

“William H. Wiley is a passionate photographer whose perceptive eyes invite everyone to celebrate their connection with nature. His wilderness photography reflects his remarkable rapport with the animals that allow him into their everyday lives. A strong supporter of wildlife refuges with a deep reverence for nature, Bill’s images are welcome reminders of the beauty and interconnectedness of the natural world.”     – Michael J. Mahoney, Ph.D.

“William H. Wiley is a passionate photographer whose perceptive eyes invite everyone to celebrate their connection with nature. His wilderness photography reflects his remarkable rapport with the animals that allow him into their everyday lives. A strong supporter of wildlife refuges with a deep reverence for nature, Bill’s images are welcome reminders of the beauty and interconnectedness of the natural world.” – Michael J. Mahoney, Ph.D.

Tricolored Heron in Hilton Head Wildlife Refuge

Tricolored Heron in Hilton Head Wildlife Refuge

Faster than a speeding bullet, a tricolored heron can catch a small fish with its pointed beak. This heron stood motionless in a shallow marsh for nearly two minutes before its head darted into the water, coming up with its next meal.

North American Elk

North American Elk

Elk abound in the Rocky Mountains and are a common seen in Yellowstone National Park. This big bull was photographed in autumn in the northern sector of the park.

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