Gerrit Vyn Photography –

Gerrit Vyn is a conservation and wildlife photographer and cinematographer dedicated to telling the stories of endangered animals and habitats. He is a producer for the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and a fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers

Meynypil’gyno
After seeing the state of life in Anadyr and being warned by the Russian security services people who interrogated us (a story that will have to wait until later) that we were traveling to a lawless region full of criminals we were all anxious about what lie ahead at our final destination, Meynypil’gyno. For almost […]
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Black-necked Stilts
Here’s a short video I shot in Louisiana at Audubon’s Rainey reserve this past [...]
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Snow Goose Migration
Snow Goose Migration is in full swing in many places across North America. There is [...]
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Magazine Covers this Month
A few magazine covers to share this month. The cover of Living Bird magazine shows a [...]
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Arctic National Wildlife Refuge 50th Anniversary
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is located in one of the least protected and [...]
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Beaches and Birds
I started my morning on the formerly stark white beaches of the Gulf Islands [...]
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Birds and Oil Booms
I had a great moment this evening while traveling along the Alabama coast. I came [...]
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Alabama Coast
I visited several areas today around Gulf Shores on the south side of Mobile Bay. As [...]
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Gulf Oil
Like most, I have watched the BP oil leak from afar – feeling a mix of anger at the [...]
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Great Horned Owls
Last night I was camped out along a rugged logging road deep in the boreal forest of [...]
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Ivory Gull Article
My feature story on the status of the enigmatic Ivory Gull, “The Allure of the [...]
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Sharp-tailed Grouse
Getting up at 5:00 in the morning and hiking in the dark to a cold cramped blind is [...]
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