Spider Egg Sac On Leaf

I photographed what I believe is a Spider Egg Sac that I found on a leaf. The leaf was on the forest floor and I spotted it while hiking the Ouachita National Forest here in Arkansas (11-8-2018). The female spiders of many species place the egg sac on a stalk, attach it to a stone, or in this… Read More »

Tree Fungi With Insect

I photographed these Tree Fungi while hiking the Ouachita National Forest here in Arkansas. The unknown type of insect on one of the fungi was just a bonus. When fungal spores come in contact with a tree they begin to grow and feed on the tree. Not all the fungi that grow on a tree are harmful; some… Read More »

American White Pelican Portrait

I photographed this American White Pelican at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma (5-16-2019). How I Got The Shot – American White Pelican At the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge, I pulled into the Sand Town parking area and spotted this Pelican walking on the fishing pier. I positioned my pickup so that I could photograph it. When… Read More »

Moving Turtles From Road

I’m still seeing Turtles in September crossing the roads here in my area. Some turtles seen crossing roads are in search of a better habitat, others are in search of food and others are males in search of mates. I help turtles cross the road, as long as I can stop at a place that won’t endanger me, my… Read More »

Spider Shooting Its Web

I was on a photo walk on my property near the Ouachita National Forest here in Arkansas when I spotted a Spider Shooting its web into the air. It was more like the Spider was spraying the web. The Spider did this several times. I read that Ground Spiders catch prey by shooting sticky silk to immobilize them.… Read More »