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I found these two grazing on some lush grass at the refuge after a heavy summer thunderstorm. I was able to capture the moment when they both picked their head…

I found this little guy on a low hanging tree branch. As I was setting up the tripod, he decided to hop down from the tree, landing only a few yards in front of…

Unfortunately, life has kept me away from PB for a couple of weeks. I’ve missed the contact with everyone and seeing your great photos. Although our family has…

That sums up where these geese were at... So the other day, I scouted a new location on the refuge and decided the next morning I would set up a pop-up blind. I…

I would have preferred a less busy background but this Tricolored Heron stayed “Close to Cover” and I wasn’t going to miss a shot at this beautiful bird. The…

It was windy the day of this photo. The birds often performed weird acrobatics in order to land. I called this move... the bank shot.

A few days ago, I visited the Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge. It is a longer drive for me, longer than usual, but I have never been before and wanted to explore…

As the title states, this is second Catching Up post. Why this title? Check out Part 1 to find out... but in summary, I’m trying to catch up with a backlog of…

We have had weeks of rain in our area. However, one morning we had a short respite. So, I grabbed the camera and went out on a hunt. When I entered the refuge,…

But a Roseate Spoonbill. The pink coloration causes many people to confuse them with the Flamingo. If you look at the shape of the bill, it becomes obvious…

This little egret was working on something on the other side of the dirt berm. So, I waited. After a short time, his head peaked up and I could see his…

Nothing too exciting happening in the way of wildlife out at Baskett Slough National Wildlife Refuge on this day, but I grabbed a quick shot from the top of the…
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