One of the most difficult parts of wildlife photography is spotting your subject. Most wild animals tend to stay away from us humans, so it often requires a lot of patience to actually encounter them.
Well, a few weeks ago I took a survival training course and learned something that might increase your chances of spotting some wildlife:
Many animals are highly active immediately before and after a storm.
Or, more specifically: animals become more active whenever there’s a sudden change in barometric pressure.
So, if you go out hiking right before (or after) a big storm, you’re much more likely to see wildlife. Many animals are moving around at this time so they can find better shelter for the coming storm. Somehow, they can sense that a storm is coming. [Read more…] about Quick Tip For Spotting Wildlife