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The NatureSmart Nature Column is a bi-weekly, 600-700 word column written by Stan Tekiela that looks at all aspects of nature, travel and stories of his amazing adventures to capture images of North Americas most amazing wildlife. Each column comes with at least one color image. Stan has been writing this column for over 25 years. Over half a million readers in seven states enjoy Stan's NatureSmart column.

If your publication or website is interested in carrying the popular NatureSmart column, contact Stan for more information.

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  • Chanhassen Villager, Chanhassen, MN
  • Chaska Herald, Chaska MN
  • Jordan Independent, Jordan, MN
  • Prior Lake American, Prior Lake, MN
  • Savage Pacer, Savage MN
  • Shakopee Valley News, Shakopee MN
  • Wright County Journal Press and Drummer, Wright County MN
  • Annandale Advocate, Annandale MN
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Each year, during June and July, Stan Tekiela offers two world-class wildlife photography tours. Here's your chance to learn some tricks of the trade from a top professional.

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Do you have any interesting wildlife in your backyard? Any nesting birds, deer, turkeys, reptiles, amphibians, or other unique wildlife? Or maybe a fox or coyote den?

If so, contact Stan at stan@naturesmart.com with your backyard wildlife. If he can get a good photo of the subject, he will send you a print of the photo to hang on your wall.

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