4,000 Facebook Fans Giveaway

To say thanks to the 4,000 of you (well, 4,078 as of writing this) who are fans of mine on Facebook, I am giving away a 20×30 archival gallery-wrap canvas print to one fan of the photo of his or her choice. Yup, any photo of mine you want, on a canvas, sent to you for free.

20x30 Canvas Print
All you have to do to enter is three simple things:

  • Like my photography page on Facebook. That’s as easy as clicking this button:
  • Share this post on your own Facebook wall. That’s easily done by using the Share link just below this.
  • In the comments below give me one amazing fact about your favorite animal.

I’ll leave this open over the weekend and draw a winner at random from all the entries on Tuesday, October 9th.

Good luck!

46 replies
  1. marie
    marie says:

    My favorite animal is my dog, Bono 🙂 Amazing fact: I convinced my husband to get a dog by promising to give it a U2-related name!

    • Bruce Englund
      Bruce Englund says:

      Bears have a uncanny memory, distinct personalities, poor eyesight- yet can smell odors up to a mile away. Love your photography!

  2. Dustin Penman
    Dustin Penman says:

    Amazing Fact: If a female ferret goes into heat but can’t get any sex, she will die. Crazy huh?

  3. Sherri Sanders
    Sherri Sanders says:

    I would have to says my two rescue dogs, Bo and Rusty. They are the best of buds and they are loyal and a little onry. Recused animals are the best. They know that they have been given a second chance.

  4. Nick
    Nick says:

    The mimic octopus not only imitates shapes and textures of other creatures, but will mimic their motions and move across the sea floor as they would.

  5. Bibhor Panta
    Bibhor Panta says:

    There is a deer called Reeve’s Muntjac,which is a size of a dog. It is found in some parts of Asia and England and it actually barks like a dog.

  6. Sandra N.
    Sandra N. says:

    The eagle, symbol of the U.S., has extremely keen eyesight (up to 3.6 times human acuity for the martial eagle) which enables it to spot potential prey and his potential photographer from a very long distance giving rise to spectacular poses at just the right angle if he so desires!!

  7. Kathy McCabe
    Kathy McCabe says:

    The Bald Eagle builds the largest nest of any North American bird…up to 13 ft deep, 8.2 ft wide, and 1.1 tons in weight.

  8. Wolf von der R
    Wolf von der R says:

    Sharks can detect magnetic fields that sorround them!!!!!..including that little voltage variation caused by your muscles moving…

  9. Corinne Thomoson
    Corinne Thomoson says:

    The hummingbird is the only bird that can fly both backward and forward s, and will visit up to 1,000 flowers a day for nectar. Your fabulous image would be “HummingbirdHeaven”
    If they liked Daffodils…

  10. Kelly
    Kelly says:

    I love the lemur. It likes to sun bathe in the morning to warm up and it looks like it is wotshipping the sun.

  11. dale darby
    dale darby says:

    My chilli dog can make me feel on any kind of day when I show up at home and he greets me at the door like the 2 year old that he is with so much enthusium, its contagious.

  12. Logan Thomas
    Logan Thomas says:


    Fact: Black wolves don’t occur naturally.

    A 2008 study at Stanford University found that the mutation responsible for black fur occurs only in dogs, so black wolves are the result of gray wolves breeding back with domestic canines. The mutation is a dominant trait, like dark hair in humans, and is passed down to the majority of offspring. It is not entirely clear what benefit black fur has for the animals; they do not seem to be more successful hunters, but do show a marked improvement in immunity to certain infections. Black wolves are far more common in North America than they are in the rest of the world.

  13. Lisa Willard
    Lisa Willard says:

    My miniature foxy/chihuahua Bella, LOVES to chase bubbles thus displaying a child-like innocence most of us wish we still had.

  14. Katrina Kemp
    Katrina Kemp says:

    The Platypus are the only mammals that lay eggs instead of giving birth. It is the sole living representative of its family (Ornithorhynchidae) and genus (Ornithorhynchus), though a number of related species have been found in the fossil record. It is one of the few venomous mammals, the male platypus having a spur on the hind foot that delivers a venom capable of causing severe pain to humans.

  15. Cheryl
    Cheryl says:

    The Sedge Warbler, can fly 4000 kilometres without any stopover. That’s about 2500 miles. This bird weighs 23 grams when he begins the journey and only 9 grams when he arrives! I love our birds and I’m amazed by our migratory birds.

  16. Charlie
    Charlie says:

    My amazing 10 week old lab/retriever pup, Odie. He’s an avid swimmer, swinger, (kids playground), kayaker and tomorrow he’ll try wakeboarding!

  17. Fredrik Karlsson
    Fredrik Karlsson says:

    I’m amazed by how the Emperor Penguin endures temperatures down to -40C and winds up to 144 km/h just to breed and keep their eggs safe. And does so for 64 days! That’s even more stubborn than the most hardened nature photographers 🙂

  18. Kim
    Kim says:

    Spanish Dancer nudibranchs (Hexibranchus sanguineus)lay their eggs on coral reefs in a conspicuous ribbon-like pattern that looks like a red rose. The beautiful red color of the egg mass advertises the extreme toxicity of the eggs to potential predators.

  19. Donald Lyons
    Donald Lyons says:

    I’m often asked how much my 110 pound dog “Bandit” (a Bernese Mountain Dog), sheds his coat. My stock answer is “not much – only twice a year…constantly between January and June, then again between July and December”! My other best friend, my wife, follows him around with a vacuum cleaner. Both are amazing.

  20. joan prissel
    joan prissel says:

    Amazing fact! All domestic cats are descended from as few as five female African wildcats in the Middle East.

  21. Laura Baker
    Laura Baker says:

    The tongue of a Blue Whale weighs more than the average elephant, weighing in around 4,500 pounds!?!

  22. David Loch
    David Loch says:

    Gorillas are very intelligent, and they share with us a full range of emotions: love, hate, fear, grief, joy, greed, generosity, pride, shame, empathy, and jealousy. They laugh when they are tickled and cry when they are sad or hurt. Gorillas cry with sounds, not tears.

  23. Josh
    Josh says:

    Hey everyone, thanks so much for participating! There were some really weird, interesting, and cool facts listed here. A few of my favorites were the one about the female ferret, that a group of tigers is called an ambush, and that a pistol shrimp is one loud crustacean. Good stuff!

    To determine the winner of the drawing I assigned everyone a number, 1-45, then used random.org to select a random winner. Random.org fed me #42, which is Clif Hart. Congrats, Clif!

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