A collection of some of my favorite wildlife photos. Enjoy!
More of my photos and recordings can be found at the Macaulay Library and iNaturalist. I am happy to allow use of my photos for most non-commercial purposes, but please contact me first. A list of projects that have utilized my photos are listed at the bottom of this page.
All photos © Oscar Johnson
A list of projects that have utilized my photographs
A website on the butterflies of New Mexico. A great resource on the natural history of the butterflies of this state, serves as an online field guide. Features my iNaturalist observation of Coronado Checkerspot, a rare species in the state.
A new species of flame snake (Oxyrhopus emberti sp. nov.) from Bolivia! The peer-reviewed publication is available here. My iNaturalist observation is here.
Taxonomic revision of Sundaic tree squirrels (Sundasciurus). The peer-reviewed publication is available here. My iNaturalist observation is here.
Illustrated field guide to social wasps. My iNaturalist observation of Polistes dorsalis is here.
Taxonomic revision of Aphyllon (link) of western North America. My iNaturalist observation of Yellow Clustered Broomrape (Aphyllon franciscanum) is here.
An illustrated field guide to Asian primates (link). My iNaturalist observation of Sumatran Surili (Presbytis melalophos) is here.
The Chameleon Database. My iNaturalist observation of Bioko Montane Chameleon (Trioceros feae) is here.
A photographic field guide to birds (publication pending). My observation of Red-tailed Antthrush (Neocossyphus rufus) is here.
Taxonomic revision of Nisitrus crickets. The peer-reviewed publication is here. My iNaturalist observation is here.
Comprehensive treatise of the praying mantises of the United States and Canada. My observation is here.
East Cascades Audubon Society nests and young bird photos (Northern Waterthrush and Rock Wren)
The Wikipedia page for Red-billed Tyrannulet (Zimmerius cinereicapillus)
USGS Nonindigenous Aquatic Species database. Giant Salvinia (Salvinia molesta)