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This male Least Tern brought lunch to prove he was a worthy mate. He teased the female with it a little but after she accepted... he didn't waist time in…

Every now and then he would ruffle his feathers up and stare me down. I think he wanted a face off.

This past Friday I went to the beach in the hopes of shooting some American Avocets. I took my somewhat new laydown blind made by Tragopan. It is a photography…

In my last post, I mentioned that I visited “Peveto Woods”, which is a bird sanctuary owned by the Baton Rouge Audubon Society. It is a wooded area right next…

Recently I went to a place called Peveto Woods. It is land owned by the Baton Rouge Audubon Society and serves as a bird sanctuary for birds returning from…

There is lots of activity at the different rookeries right now. It provides a great chance to observe many different bird species. Roseate Spoonbills seem to…

After a long day of building a nest, this Great Egret decided to take a break and stretch his wings.

Recently I had the opportunity to spend a few days at my dad‘s deer camp. The goal of the trip was to photograph coyotes and/or a bobcat. We spent some time…

I haven't posted in a while but... I have been shooting. These are from a trip to Lake Martin. It is a refuge that is home to many species of birds. There are 6…

This past Sunday, ”The Three Stooges“ visited me. Here is a photo of two of them... Curly wasn’t present for this photo. I really would have preferred a little…

American Kestrel in its natural habitat... a telephone pole. 😂 Funny thing, on the Merlin Bird ID app, it mentions in the 1st paragraph “often found on…

This another one of my “catching up” posts and I’m sure it won’t be the last. These are photos that I wanted to edit but my attention was pulled to other things…

This past Sunday, I spent the day in my mobile blind... my truck. 😉 It was a short and simple outing with simple wildlife photos. It’s always good for the soul…

It’s no secret to those that know me, I have been wanting to capture some amazing photos of coyotes. This has especially plagued me since the time that I lost…

Recently while in a refuge blind, several ducks began to land in a pond we were next to. I really wanted to capture them during their descent. Problem was, we…

This is one of many deer that I observed and photographed while at the refuge. Because it is still very young, it is difficult to tell if it is a buck or doe. I…

These Swamp Sparrows provided us with entertainment during downtime in the blind. Photographing them is like playing pinball.

This is a beautiful pair of Ring-necked ducks that we came across our first morning out during the trip. The pond they were in was surrounded by elevated ground…

This week I have been at Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge. Today is our last day and so later on, we will be making our long journey home. We came to…
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