Budd Titlow's NATUREGRAPHS




BS / Biological Science, Florida State University and MS / Wildlife Ecology, Virginia Tech. 


A professional wetland scientist and wildlife biologist, Budd Titlow is also an international / national award-winning nature photographer and a widely-published writer / author. He has operated NATUREGRAPHS: Freelance Photography and Writing for more than forty years.


Budd has authored four natural history books: PROTECTING THE PLANET - Environmental Champions from Conservation to Climate Change (Prometheus Books, ISBN 978-1633882256),   BIRD BRAINS - Inside the Strange Minds of Our Fine Feathered Friends (ISBN 978-0-7627-8755-5), SEASHELLS - Jewels from the Ocean (ISBN 978-0-7603-2593-3),  and ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK - Beyond Trail Ridge (ISBN 0-942394-22-4). 


Budd has also published more than 200 magazine articles and 5,000 photographs. His credits include the 2003 Wildlife Photographer of the Year, BBC Wildlife Magazine, Outdoor Photographer, National Wildlife, Audubon, Outside, Nature’s Best, Travel/Holiday, Time/Life Publications, Sierra Club, Popular Photography, and Petersen’s Photographic. Throughout his career, Budd has shared his love of photography and nature by presenting seminars, workshops, and field trips nationwide, including Staff Naturalist for the Umstead Hotel and Conference Center in Cary, North Carolina; Artist-in-Residence at The Ford Plantation in Savannah, Georgia; North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) - Charter Member, Session Presenter, and BOD Member (six years); New England Council of Camera Clubs (NECCC); National Wildlife Federation; National Audubon Society; Massachusetts Audubon Society; and Maine Island Workshops. He is also Co-Founder - along with Betsy Moyer -  of the Sudbury Valley Nature Photographers based in Wayland, Massachusetts.  In addition, Budd has conducted surveys of wild bird habitats and breeding bird populations throughout the United States.


To see a portfolio of Budd's publication credits and most published photographs, go to either www.buddtitlow.com or www.agpix.com/titlow. 


Dear Friends -


Throughout my career, I've used my love of photography and writing to "give back" to the natural world.  Not to make money or achieve fame, but simply to help increase the understanding of and appreciation for the incredible wealth and wonder of natural resources we have here on earth.  It's my profound hope that my work shown here and published elsewhere will inspire you to take your family out and explore the great outdoors.  To, just for a while, leave your cell phones, computers, tablets, and other electronic tethers behind and join the great and revered naturalists of yesteryear - John Muir, Aldo Leopold, Rachel Carson, Charles Darwin, Henry David Thoreau, Carl Linnaeus, Dian Fossey, Jane Goodall, Roger Tory Peterson, John James Audubon - in "networking with nature".  Watch, observe, introduce yourself, and even get to know the wild birds and other marvelous creatures with which we share life on earth!


With sincerest thanks -


Budd Titlow