Hawk Buckman



Decor for Home, Office or Your special space

Alces alces

Swainson's Hawk

Coyote Peak

Mule deer



I'm a photography purist. I shoot film as my primary medium of choice. I capture moments that encompass events, people, culture, and environment for publication, or simply because I have a personal interest. I prefer to document wildlife, nature, and human activity. I consider my lens a tool to raise awareness of climate change, wildlife suffrage, and habitat destruction. I know, I've personally witnessed, the effects of climate change on wilderness areas as well as urban environments. It's real, and is without a doubt the result of the human abuses of planet Earth and its resources. If we're going to survive climate change we begin working together to reverse the damage. Life on Earth is depending on us, this generation, to correct the wrongs and restore balance to our world.

Bison bison
Haystack Rock Cannon Beach Oregon May 2021


Video Stock and still images to help tell your story

Every image in my Limited and Extended Editions Collections - unless stated differently - are of wild animals, each with their own unique story. My camera, and a unique ability to get close to wildlife, is the tool that I use to express my concerns for Earth's climate and the suffrage of wildlife. For many years my goal has been to raise awareness of facts that are omitted in media and sport-hunting publications by showing wildlife in its natural state, and the effects of human encroachment, and abuse. To travel, and locate wildlife incurs substantial personal expense. Purchasing a print, or stock video clip from my collection helps me to continue to tell the story of those without voices.


Personal Stories, Observations & Points of Interest
Shaky hands and body tremors force Dan to one side as he brings the scone to his lips.

Mentally Forgotten

Mentally Forgotten is a  continuing social awareness project drawing from personal experiences becoming homeless and displaced.  In the United States 553,742 people (estimated each night) are homeless.

Climate Change and the Plight of the Black-tailed Prairie Dog

The Great Plains encompasses the entirety of Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, parts of Colorado, Kansas, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Wyoming. Each state offers ecoregions and ecosystems unto themselves and each is unique.

Finding the Location of the Horse Creek Treaty

The Great Plains were home to many tribes for countless generations. They lived and hunted all along the prairie, sometimes warred with neighboring tribes. In the mid-1800s, they began witnessing mass migrations of white men through their respective territories.

Coal Ash: Western Nebraska Health Hazard

My efforts to understand why Western Sugar Cooperative is allowed to stock-pile over 500,000 tons of highly toxic and dangerous Coal ash have gone unanswered to date.
Signal Butte

Signal Butte – Nebraska’s Lost Archeological Treasure

The North Platte River basin is often considered one of the last western frontiers to tourist and visitors arriving in western Nebraska as they visit the Oregon, California and Mormon trails and take in the deep western heritage found in the valley and surrounding areas of Wyobraska.
Bald eagle - Haliaeetus leucocephalus (captive)

Conservation of Endangered Species

An endangered species is an animal or plant that's considered at risk of extinction. A species can be listed as endangered at the state, federal, and international level. On the federal level, the endangered species list is managed under the Endangered Species Act.
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