So far, they've managed to take pictures with 840 different types of animals.
Tallon has been working with wildlife since he was five years old, according to his Facebook page.
In that amount of time, Tallon has been the youngest member of the Colorado Council for wildlife rehabilitation since 2005.
In July 2010 the United Way awarded Tallon with the Linda Nerger Youth Volunteer Excellence award for his work with wildlife.
Tallon currently helps people who are experiencing problems with rattlesnakes by offering a service to remove and relocate snakes.
Click here for more information about the service.
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