Here, you can have a look behind the scene:
 

 SHOTS FROM THE FIELD, VIDEOS, INTERVIEWS and WALLPAPER IMAGES

 

 

 

 

Shots from the field - Seychelles, September 2011

Shots from the field

 

A few sooty terns flying over the colony with a new moon rising on Bird Island.

 

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Wallpaper - From "A Monkey That Knows No Bounds", National Geographic

Wallpaper images

 

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© 2010 Stefano Unterthiner


National Geographic photo of the day (25th August 2011) and a free wallpaper for you! From "A Monkey That Knows No Bounds", National Geographic, August 2011.

 

India’s leaping langurs can be holy, helpful, or even pesky.

 

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Shots from the field - Chile, April 2011

Shots from the field

 

One beautiful early morning, in search of guanacos...

 

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Interview from the TV show "Alle falde del Kilimangiaro" - January 2011

Interviews

 

Sunday 2nd of January 2011, Stefano talk at the italian TV show "Alle falde del Kilimangiaro" (Rai 3), about his new book "Gli angeli dell'inverno" and his long field work for the for National Greographic Magazine for the story on the whooper swan.

 

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Behind the scene: Stefano with Licia (photo Paolo Ciambi)


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Wallpaper - From "Swan Serenade", National Geographic

Wallpaper images

 

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© 2010 Stefano Unterthiner


From "Swan Serenade", National Geographic, December 2010.

 

With its eight-foot wingspan, the whooper is a jumbo jet in the avian fleet of waterfowl. By turns angelic in flight and stately in tucked-in repose, it is elegance on the wing—a bird to inspire flights of fancy.

 

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