There is nothing I enjoy more than viewing the work of new nature photographers. I enjoy it even more if I feel it is appropriate to comment on their images. Flickr photos is a good place to find that scenario. If they are looking for a critique, my answer is always to be honest but gentle and encouraging. There are a lot of great photographers that read this blog and I know we share that philosophy. On behalf of the new photographers, I say thank you.
I often write about those nature photographers that I feel are among the best, or at least are admired by other photographers. I always seem to forget Jeff Foott http://www.jfoottphotography.com/ who was considered one of the best in the 1990s and early 2000s. He is still out there and one of the top shooters in the business.
Some of my own pictures below.
Red Foxes. There is nothing quite like following baby wild animals until they are full-grown. The animal below is full-sized and is already a hunter. Still just a few months earlier it wasbrown and fuzzy. Ahhh, they grow up so fast and then leave home without a word.