Bald Eagle In May

I photographed this Bald Eagle last week while driving the tour road at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. The Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge hosts some of the largest bald eagle populations in Oklahoma. They even have a live Bald Eagle cam setup on one of the nests (view the camera). How I Got The Shot This… Read More »

Whitetail Doe Under Tree

I was on the asphalt section of the tour road at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. This Whitetail Doe was under a tree that was in a field that’s known as Goss Field on the north side of the road. How I Got The Shot I had my Fujifilm X-T3 camera resting on a bean bag… Read More »

Whitetail Doe Shedding Winter Coat

In my photo of this Whitetail Doe, you’ll notice that she’s shedding her winter coat. The thick gray hairs fall out and are replaced by the summer’s new, reddish coat. Compared to the darker winter hair that absorbs the heat of the sun, the red hair reflects the energy of the sun. I photographed this Whitetail Doe at… Read More »

Cedar Waxwing Eating Mulberry

I photographed this Cedar Waxwing eating a mulberry in a Mulberry tree at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. This refuge has several Mulberry trees and during this time of year you can see all types of birds eating the Mulberries. How I Got The Shot – Cedar Waxwing Eating Mulberry I have one spot I like… Read More »

Eastern Tent Caterpillars

I see a lot of the Eastern Tent Caterpillars while hiking the Ouachita National Forest here in Arkansas during the spring. The Eastern Tent Caterpillar is of some importance as a pest because it defoliates ornamental trees. Damaged trees, however, typically recover and refoliate within several weeks. How I Got The Shot I was hand holding a Fujifilm… Read More »