"You would think that age would bring degradation, not beauty. The Spring issue of a mature NP proves the contrary. My, oh my. Have just gotten it from the mailbox and so have just had a chance to glance. But it made me so excited that I wanted to write you anyway. Looking forward especially to read the article on fawns. We photographed them late in the last summer season at Big Meadows and immediately made reservations for this June at Big Meadows lodge—good thing too, because you have to book the prior summer. We should have little spotted fawns in sight in June. Also, of course, reading Artie's article. "
"I am a new subscriber to Nature Photographer and hope to never stop receiving it. The magazine is great and I enjoy the way you mix quotations in with the photos."
"The current issue (Spring 2010) features my article, "Small But Deadly--The 70-200mm Lens" on pages 50-57. This article is the second in what will be a long series featuring a variety of great Canon lenses. The first in the series detailed my love of the relatively new Canon 800mm f/5.6L IS lens that appeared in the Fall/Winter 2009/10 issue. There are too many great images and articles in the current to list but I would be remiss in not mentioning Kim L. Graham's opening Great Horned Owlets image (page 3) or John Gerlach's eagle silhouette (page 95). The newsstand price is $8.62 if you are lucky enough to find one but it would be much better to subscribe to Nature Photographer either on line at www.naturephotographermag.com or by calling 207-733-4201. Doing so will ensure that you do not miss a single issue. Helen's accomplishments over the years in growing the magazine into the respected publication that it is today have been monumental."
Arthur Morris/BIRDS AS ART www.BIRDSASART.com and www.BIRDSASART-blog.com
"I just received your Spring 2010 publication; what a terrific issue. It truly shows your caring for our beautiful natural world."
Richard P. Weiblinger
"I just bought my first copy of your magazine. I come from a famiy of professional portrait photographers. The work you show is breath-taking and I am in awe of the work people do. Thank you for sharing both the photos and their stories. Photographers are a special breed, they see the beauty in the world and share it with others. Thank you."
"I wanted to say that one of the most outstanding features of your magazine, aside from the stunning photography, is the personal element in many of the articles. I appreciate the freedom to express that you grant to your various writers. Your magazine reveals the heart and how nature moves people, as it should. It is truly a joy to read."
Eileen Gregory Selby
“Nature Photographer magazine is a bit of fresh air coming in my mailbox.”
"This is my favorite photography magazine. I only subscribe to one other photography magazine, but yours is my favorite mainly because of the poetry (sayings) along with the photos as well as the technical, location, and other information attached with the photographs."
Jo Ann R. Fields