REVIEW of a Peacock Chick posing for Fine Art Photographer Greg Tucker

by | Last updated Jan 16, 2018 | Published on Jan 6, 2018

Peacock Chick (technically baby peafowl — peacocks are specifically male)

Another awesome Greg Tucker photograph

Greg’s photography has been displayed at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C., featured on the National Geographic, Arizona Highways, and National Wildlife Federation websites, and published in numerous books and calendars and in Practical Photography, Nature’s Best Photography, Digital Camera World, Popular Photography, Photographic Monthly, Nature Photographer, Wild Bird, Birds and Blooms, Shutterbug and Vanity Fair magazines.

Here are more Greg Tucker photographs published by TribeLA Magazine:

REVIEW: Lake Superior, Michigan – a National Geographic photo of the day by Greg Tucker

ART TODAY 06.30.17: California’s Mt. Whitney by Greg Tucker

ART TODAY 06.29.17: Grrrrrr by Greg Tucker

Review: Peacock calling (loudly) for potential mate – photograph by Greg Tucker

Art Today 06.27.17: Butterfly near Green Bay, WI by Master Photographer Greg Tucker

ART REVIEW of Sea Otter and Family photo by Fine Art photographer Greg Tucker

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