The impressive swimming abilities of whitetail deer, including how far they can swim, why they swim, and how their bodies are adapted for swimming.
Learn about Whitetail Buck behavior patterns and how to increase your chances of observing and photographing them crossing bodies of water.
An account of spotting a fox squirrel feeding far from trees at a wildlife refuge, analyzing its hypothetical chances of escaping a hawk by sprinting to safety.
Think crows are just noisy? Think again! Their "caw" is a language, they hold grudges, and even barter for food! Discover the world of the American Crow.
Warm winter surprises Snow Geese at Sequoyah Refuge! Will they delay their migration? Explore the reasons behind their fascinating journey.
Empty moth cocoon at Sequoyah Refuge ignites quest to ID local moths! Discover their amazing transformations & why they're nature's tiny heroes.
A Wildlife Photographer's encounter with active raccoons at Oklahoma's Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge. Learn about their winter survival secrets.
A blog post describing how I photographed a female Northern Cardinal standing on a frosty post and discussing techniques for minimizing busy backgrounds.
Learn about the reasons why Killdeer perform tail flagging behaviors like territorial marking, predator diversion, and social signaling.
A wildlife photographer captures a rare nose-to-nose moment between two Whitetail Bucks in an Oklahoma field. Explore theories on this intimate behavior.
Learn about the winter travel patterns, home ranges, and habitat usage of whitetail bucks at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma.