Sunday, October 04, 2009

Published: 2010 Pennsylvania Game Commission Calendar

I am pleased to report that three of my wildlife images were selected for publication in the 2010 Pa Game Commission Calendar

Common Loon

Pennsylvania Elk

Rutting Whitetail

Submissions for this annual publication are accepted from employees and retirees of the agency. The 2010 calendar showcases the work of four photographers.

The photographers whose work it features are as follows;
Willard Hill retired Game Lands Maintenance Supervisor/ Deputy Wildlife Conservation Officer
Jacob Dingle Radio Dispatcher in the Northwest Region
Timothy Flanigan retired Wildlife Conservation Officer
Coy Hill retired Deputy Wildlife Conservation Officer

The calendars may be ordered by calling the Game Commission at 1-888-888-3459 or soon via internet by visiting Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Outdoor Shop on line


Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I can see why these images were chosen.Each one is worthy of enlargement and framing.

Ken Conger Photography said...

Well congrats Coy. Images are well deserving. Blue Skies.

Chris said...

Hi Coy,
Congrats, but I have to say that I'm not surprised, these shots are simply wonderful! Well done mate!

Kerri Farley said...


photowannabe said...

Outstanding beautiful work. Congratulations to both you and your brother. Its quite an honor.

Brad Myers said...

Congrats Coy. I am really sorry we did not cross paths in Benezette. I did have a fantastic time with Willard, Buckwheat and Steve. Great people and great time.

One of these days we will meet and shoot together, Brad.

Elaine said...

Lovely shots! That has to be one beautiful calendar.

Tom said...

Not a surprise to see you have pictures chosen.... and I see Willards name there as well... congrat to you both.


FAB said...

Congratulations Coy. Well deserved. FAB.

Chad Oneil Myers said...

Your "A Game".

Misty DawnS said...

Why am I not surprised? You are an amazing photographer, and, as I've said before, you're an inspiration to me! Some day - I'll take images that get printed too... that's the dream anyway!