Welcome to my (new) website!
My name is Mark Eising and I live in Hilversum, The Netherlands. One of my passions in life is wildlife and more specifically: birds. I have created this website for my family, friends and anyone who is interested in my photographs of all kinds of wonderful wild animals around the world, especially birds. For more info about me, check this page.
Some of you may realize that this website is a new one. It replaces my 10-year old website because it couldn't cope with the huge amount of photos anymore. This new website www.markeisingbirding.com was created in March 2017 and is much more advanced than the old website.
You will find on this website all my photo's of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, spiders, butterflies (more than 600 different species) and all kinds of other insects and of course many different species of birds (more than 1,700, excluding subspecies) on my website, making it one of the biggest animal photo websites in the world if you consider that each and every animal is photographed by just one person: me.
All animals are photographed by me in the wild; none of my photos are of captive animals.
On the page "Videos" you will find short videos of some of the animals that I encountered during my trips.
Use of this website
The menu on top of each page lead to the main pages within the site. On the page "Animals" you will find a menu on the left that allows you to use a filter to find the animal of your choice. This can be done by selecting the type of animal, the continent, country, place, family and/or species. When you click on one of these content sections, the relevant photo's will be shown on the right side of the page. If you click on any of these photo's you will go to the relevant animal. If you want to go to a specific species or family you can also use the search option on the top of the page. You'll see it is all pretty much self-explanatory.
Each photo includes the English, Dutch and scientific name of the animal showed together with other information such as the country, place and date the photo was taken and the family where the species belongs to. If you click on these you can find other animals that share the same place or family or you even go to a photo of the same species taken at other locations. Sometimes I have added specific information about the animal.
I love to travel and I take any opportunity to spend time abroad (go to the page "Trips" to get an overview) so new photographs are added to my website on a regularly basis. On the page "Animals", the most recent added photo's are shown on the top right side of the page.
Enjoy my website and if you like, you can leave a message on the "Contact" page. Any comments and/or suggestions are highly appreciated!
Thank you for visiting my website!