Woods & Water Photography's Nature Posts

I had the opportunity to watch a mother and her young fawn graze the other day. I did not get any good photos of the fawn because the grass was taller than she…

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…

Today starts the Red-winged Blackbird vs. the Crested Caracara saga. I believe the Red-winged Blackbird was trying to protect a nest nearby. He continually dive…

Today starts “Crested Caracara Week” for me. I had an opportunity to spend a couple of hours with two of these magnificent birds the other day and even…

This Great Blue Heron nabbed a little snack... a large mouth bass. And a random shot of a White-faced Ibis...

I often utilize our National refuges, forests, parks, etc. here in the U.S. It is a great way to support our resources that are especially threatened at this…

How these little guys are able to survive and thrive in and around the Louisiana swamps, marshes, and prairies is pretty impressive. Although under constant…

The American Avocet is one of my favorite wading birds. The first time I saw one a was mesmerized. It’s no wonder that many information resources make note of…

Two things: 1) for some reason, I like the sound they make. 2) for some reason, I usually have difficulty in getting their eye pronounced in photos.

As of late, I do a lot of ground level shooting and so decided that I wanted a ground pod because, in many cases, my tripod couldn‘t get low enough. I looked at…

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…
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