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Soy buscador y admirador del ARTE SHAPIRO. Su Fotografía debe ser tratado como Patrimonio de la humanidad. La belleza de la Naturaleza la guarda para que todos podamos admirarla.
Lovely pictures. You don't see how much effort you did for them. Nice meeting you in Guyana. We are happy for you that your last week was pleasant!
Nienke and Pieter from Belgium
Really outstanding galleries from several beautiful locations in the world.
Your bird pictures are amazing and we can feel your sensibility through your works.
I regularly enjoy your pictures. Thank for sharing!
Nicole Bouglouan from France
I am an ornithologist working at the National Aviary in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where we recently have acquired a pair of Palawan Peacock Pheasants. I am just now writing a short article about the species for our local newspaper (I write a biweekly article called "Let's talk About Birds"), and I always like to include a good photograph or two with the article (for use in both the newsprint and online versions of the article). Our birds are just two years old, so the male is not yet in "high" plumage, and he has not yet shown signs of displaying, so I can't get a good photograph myself. Would you consider letting me have one or two photos (ca. 1MB file size) that I could submit with the article? I can promise you will be credited. I would need these ASAP. Many thanks for your consideration. Best, Bob
Fantastic pictures and especialy those from New Guinea, birds of paradise. I have tried to photograph them myself but unfortualy i was not able to see them at the time. I was able to photograph some other nice birds but my main goal was not reached.
Best regards from,
Beautiful bird photos, wow.
Looking forward to your photos from last week in Texas, especially the Mottled (Mallard?) photos. It was nice meeting you.
Hola Dubi, estoy buscando un picaflor que se le conoce con el nombre de "Siwarsituy" o "Siwar Situy" en la región andina y especialmente en el Cusco. No estamos seguros si se trata del Sparkling violet-ear (Coruscans Colibrí). Se conoce que lo llaman "picaflor turquesa". También necesito saber cuánto he de pagar por los derechos de autor para usar su foto en un el empaque de un CD que estamos produciendo. ¡felicitaciones por la foto Sparkling violet-ear.
Lomea Hide Photography
Wildlife photography in Bulgaria
Sorry left off my name and email on the last comment
Great shots. Question about where you saw the Helmeted Vanga? Thinking of going to Madagascar and would love to see it and. Any help? Also, thinking about trying for the Pochard. What was the road like?
An outstanding selection, Dubi.
We'd love you to join our small group on Pbase.
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Amazing collection of high quality bird photos.
Thanks for sharing.
Super Fotos !!!
I am a Hobby-Zoologist from Austria and I work on a list of all bird species (only for myself and personal use). I want to add to all the animals in the list a picture, so I want to ask you, if I am allowed, to copy some pictures from your picture gallery by Internet bird collection and by pbase in my lists - only for private use! I will not create a homepage, I will not sell the photos and I will not publish the photos - I only want to add them to my lists.
I am looking forward to a permission to copy some photos,
Dear Dubi Shapiro,
In the last two weeks I've sent and re-sent you an e-mail that contains a link to the PDF of the ecotourism guide for northern Apurimac region (Peru) you've kindly contributed to with some of your excellent photos. Could you please take a look at this message (I've sent it to your hotmail account) and give me a quick replying regarding my request.
Thanks a lot and best wishes,
Programa Regional ECOBONA
Helvetas - Swiss Intercooperation
Dear Mr Shapiro
I co-manage the Darwin Initiative project to save the Madagascar pochard Aythya innotata on behalf of a partnership between Durrell, Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, The Peregrine Fund, Asity Madagascar and the Government of Madagascar. I in particular have a long history with all of the Islands ducks (my PhD is on Madagascar teal Anas bernieri and Mellers duck A. melleri) and Durrell now has a sister organisation, Durrell Madagascar based in Antananarivo, which continues to work with all the ducks in various locations. I have seen some of your photos through your website and would be extremely grateful for your permission to use some of them in our educational material and reports. None of these are produced for financial gain and acknowledgement will always be given to the photographer. I am initially interested in a photograph of Mellers duck for a poster for use at Lac Alaotra and will be jointly made by Durrell and Madagascar Wildlife Conservation and produced by McRae Foundation for our work in Alaotra. The photo will be acknowledged but the poster will only likely be seen at Alaotra. If you have any questions about use etc, Lance and I can give you more information on the project. If it is at all possible to use one or more pochard photos in future reports I would be very grateful and I have attached a copy of the Year 1 annual report on the Madagascar pochard project.
I have sent this message by private e-mail too but may have used an old address.
Many thanks in advance.
Dr. H. Glyn Young
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
Direct: +44 (0)1534 860032
Tel: +44 (0)1534 860000
Fax: +44 (0)1534 860001
Les Augrès Manor, La Profonde Rue,
Trinity, Jersey JE3 5BP
First, congratulation, your pics are very incredibles, really really, it's the first time i see quality pics about Malagasy birds.
I'm Hery RAJOHARISON and i am malagasy People and i'm birdwawatcher, and i organize birdwatching on the Boeny region. But now I build for 2012 a villagers community project. The main project is the ECOTOURISM - Birdwatching (Wetland) and dry fish and shrimps. The project is located at Mataitromby inside the Betsiboka Delta.
We need to do sensibilisation for Malagasy people for loving his nature, birdwatching
We must demonstrate them that it's beutifull. Becase we hope malagasy townsman for contribute for his nature directly by money crontribution to our organisation or inderectly comning in tour with us.
That is a way i want to ask you if it's possible for using your pics to make a malagasy sensibilisation slide show.We do not use them for direct commercial use but some percent of our profits will go to the villagers community (MATAITROMBY- ANKARAFANTSIKA- KINKONY...)
Thank you in advance
really nice to have met you (& Noam too) in Ankarafantsika.
Just looked at your pixs.
Have been craving a long time already to see Wilsons BOP,
and your gorgeous pixs just made my specific craving much worse!
Nice galleries, keep it up!
I have never seen any photography on the web like yours! Wow, and I thought my hummingbird photos looked good!!! And what luck you have finding them, all over the world. I do know that you have to work hard to get these shots and lots of sitting and watching for hours and hours, and wow did all your hard work pay off!!!!!!!!!!! Good job Dubi......
very pretty are the nature photos
Sir, I admire your skill as a photography. These are some of best nature photographs I have seen. A gallery of beautiful photos of stunning birds. Best wishes