Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge Bald Eagle

While driving the tour road at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma on the 25th of this month I came across this Bald Eagle. It was sitting in one of the large dead Cottonwood trees that are on the far west side of the refuge. This actually made the third Bald Eagle I saw that morning. I… Read More »

Fish Getting Close To Snake Underwater

Yesterday I posted a photo of a Fox Squirrel getting close to a Red-tailed Hawk (Bold Squirrel Approaching Red-tailed Hawk). Today’s photo is of a Fish getting close to a Snake that is underwater. Water Snakes eat fish so this fish is also being bold like the Squirrel. I sat and watched to see if the snake would… Read More »

Bold Squirrel Approaching Red-tailed Hawk

I was photographing this Red-tailed Hawk high in a tree while at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma yesterday. I noticed that the Hawk kept looking to its right. I lowered my camera and saw a Fox Squirrel slowly inching toward the Hawk. I began photographing this bold Squirrel, wondering how close it planned to get to… Read More »

Brown Thrasher With Beetle For Young

I have watched this Brown Thrasher in my yard for several weeks working hard catching insects. I was finally able to photograph it on the 10th of this month with a large Beetle. After catching the Beetle it flew to the back of my yard into my neighbor’s yard where it, fed it to a Brown Thrasher fledgling.… Read More »

Watersnake With Possible Retained Eye Cap

I came across a Watersnake with a possible retained eye cap yesterday at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. I had no idea what was wrong with this snake eye and had to do some research when I got home. I read that snakes do not have eyelids like we have but instead they have specially adapted… Read More »