Category Archives: Birds

Two Rio Grande Turkeys Displaying

These two Rio Grande Turkeys were strutting and displaying at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma (March 15, 2020). They were easy to find and photograph because these two Tom Turkeys were in the Doris Campground where I’m camped. A bunch of Rio Grande Turkey hens and these two Toms would come through every morning and evening.… Read More »

Mourning Dove Walking Through Pine Needles

Yesterday I posted a photo of a Northern Mockingbird Looking Up. Today’s photo is of a Mourning Dove that I also photographed in my yard here in Arkansas. These birds nest in my pines every year. How I Got The Shot – Mourning Dove Walking Under Pine Tree This bird was foraging on the ground near my bird feeder.… Read More »

Northern Mockingbird Looking Up

Sometimes I like staying home and photographing the wildlife in my yard here in Arkansas. I have lots of different birds and several Rabbits and Squirrels. This Northern Mockingbird came into my bird feeder and was keeping an eye out for other birds. They never eat anything from the feeder. How I Got The Shot – Northern Mockingbird… Read More »

Great Blue Heron With Captured Fish

This is a Great Blue Heron I photographed last February with a captured fish. This was at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. How I Got The Shot – Great Blue Heron With Captured Fish I parked on the auto tour road west of the Ruff boat ramp. The Heron was on the south side of the… Read More »

American White Pelican Landing In Suds

I photographed this American White Pelican coming in for a splash landing at the Robert S. Kerr Lock and Dam in Oklahoma. You will notice suds in the water. This was up close to the Dam where the water’s released causing the suds. The water being released also causes the shad action which draws the birds to this… Read More »