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.

Bighorn Sheep

Bighorn Sheep

Approximately 160 bighorn sheep reside in Yellowstone National Park, with adult rams weighing 175-320 pounds and adult ewes weighing up to 130 pounds. Bighorn sheep feed primarily on grasses and forage on shrubby plants in fall and winter.

Fox Kit on Woodpile

Fox Kit on Woodpile

The red fox (Vulpes vulpes) is a shy, nocturnal omnivore, typically hunting at night, dusk and dawn. It is an efficient and lethal predator, due to its acute senses of sight, smell and hearing. Striking a perfect pose, this kit carefully surveys his surroundings before entering his den in a woodpile in southeastern Nebraska.

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