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There were a few other species of birds that I saw and was able to photograph. They were not enough to do a single post on them. This one is a Common Gallinule…

What a great opportunity! I can’t believe the utter joy and satisfaction this little guy showed as he ate. It was like he scored the meal of a lifetime. I think…

So long 2018.... I thank you for all the blessings received. Hello 2019 ..... My resolution of today, January 1, is to be productive in this Photoblog. I…

I’m just returning from tent camping with a friend and both of our sons. We had no cell service and no internet connection. It was nice waking up every morning…

Five dollars is what you will get paid for harvesting the nutria in the photo below. This is because of the bounty placed on Nutria by a federal program called…

RSPB Old Moor is a 250-acre wetlands nature reserve in Barnsley, England run by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. It lies on the junction of the…

I spent an enjoyable day at Welney wetlands centre , seeing the mute and whooper swans being fed, flying in and out on the partly frozen wetlands. Whooper swans…

Not far from home is a small wetlands area. As I drove past on my way to work, I was compelled to stop and take a photo. Unfortunately, all the geese thought it…

Pickerelweed is a perennial herb that thrives in the moist, sandy or muddy margins of ponds and slow-moving streams. This plant has large, thick, dark green,…

The John Bunker Sands Wetlands is located southeast of Dallas near Seagoville. If you're in the Dallas area and area a nature photographer, this is the place…

After shooting the heron yesterday, I walked farther into the wooded area and came upon these deer. I love how the first deer I saw leaned out from behind the…
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