Kyle is a 21 year-old wildlife photographer from Orange County, New York. Growing up in the Northeast provided Kyle with a plethora of birds and wildlife to discover throughout the seasons. He enjoys spending his summers on the coast photographing the various beach nesting birds in their breeding habitats, as well as his winters back home, where he has access to the vast populations of wintering raptors in the region. Kyle's journeys have taken him across North America, discovering national parks and wilderness lands along the way.
Kyle has had various work published in local newspapers and magazines, as well New York's "The Conservationist" and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's "America's Favorite Birds" Coloring Book in September 2016. He was one of forty photographers nationwide with an image published in the book, and received special recognition from the board at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology for his participation. Kyle is constantly striving to better his work, and gain public recognition. He is currently a budding wildlife scientist, studying in upstate New York.
None of the wildlife pictured on this site are unethically set up, baited, or called in. We believe that letting nature unfold in front of the lens yields the best results for everyone.
Images provided by Kyle Dudgeon. All rights reserved.