Jamie Douglas is a self taught wildlife conservation photographer from Scotland who has based himself in British Columbia, Canada. Jamie has become an outspoken crusader for the protection of Canada's Black Bears and hopes to promote bear conservation in his local community through his photography. Jamie has always loved wildlife, from growing up in the UK watching BBC Wildlife shows narrated by Sir David Attenborough to living in British Columbia, lying awake at night listening to the local Coyotes harass the Canadian Geese in the ponds behind his house. Jamie developed an interest in photography towards the end of 2007 when he picked up his first SLR, a Canon Rebel Xti. Since then Jamie has gone on to track and photograph the many wonders of nature that reside in and visit his new home land. Follow and be inspired by Jamie's latest project, photographing the local Black Bears that he shares his new home with. Come along for the adventure as he writes short stories and shares photographs from his many encounters.To follow Black Bear Diaries, click here: http://jmdouglasphotography.blogspot.com/
BBC Widlife Photographer of the Year Awards - 2011 Semi Finalist
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