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528 days ago
 
Attention Northwesterners - go take a picture of a sloth!

Okay, this thread is of use to a pretty limited demographic (me, joolieboolie and tufteach as far as I know), but I thought I'd mention it anyway. So I've mentioned the Northwest Trek Photo Tours before - http://www.nwtrek.org/photo-tours/ - but I found these guy via Reddit just today: http://www.chasing-tail.com/tours.htm

Yeah, wolves and sloths and lemurs and Kangaroos and - a whole bunch of cuddly awesome critters! If that's not screaming out for some photos, I don't know what is! I'll give you my full report when I get down there next road trip.



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tufteach
527 days ago
 
I want to go! Rainier is right down the road. It is a bit pricey, however. I had no idea it was there. I might scope it out next week when I go to Longview



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Great Beyo
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527 days ago
 
You'll have to give me all the details when you do. It'll probably be 3 or so months before I can shake loose a saturday to go check 'em out.



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tufteach
527 days ago
 
I'm going to Longview on Thursday and plan on just a drive by. I'll let you know what I see.



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tufteach
525 days ago
 
OK, I drove by the sloth center today. If I would have blinked, I would have missed it. It is across from the Amish Furniture Store, which is a pretty cool place. The Sloth Center looks like a property you would see anywhere out in the countryside--house, shop, outbuildings; chickens, ducks, peafowl roaming around; and a cat and goat on the front porch. So, if you fo expecting to just look, you won't see much. GB, If you do go, let me know and maybe we can meet up.



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Great Beyo
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525 days ago
 
Perhaps we can hook up - it wont be until the spring probably, but we can certainly give a good try!

Also, if you're looking for more animals/birds to shoot, you might want to give this a try: http://ridgefieldfriends.org/ - the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, about 30 or so miles south of Longview, right up against the Columbia (one of the tributaries, it looks like). I stumbled on it by accident on some dudes Flickr stream and there's some serious potential there.



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superdewa
520 days ago
 
I like how this guy made taking photos at a local (to him) bird sanctuary work for him:
http://fstoppers.com/photographing-bird … -sanctuary


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