Propane Cannon At The Refuge

I see where the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge is now using Propane Cannons in the open fields. I was told that they are trying to keep the wild Hogs out of the fields so that the crops can get established. This past weekend I was at the Refuge and I heard a cannon going off. I had a… Read More »

Ouachita National Forest Small Waterfall

With all the rain we have had here in Arkansas I have seen lots of these small waterfalls on my hikes. I came across this one in the Ouachita National Forest. Arkansas has some great waterfalls that get a lot of attention. I like these little remote ones that form after heavy rains. How I Got The Shot… Read More »

March Came In Like A Lion

A famous old saying about March winds is, “If March comes in like a Lion, it’ll go out like a Lamb. If it comes in like a Lamb, it’ll go out like a Lion.” It came in like a Lion here in Arkansas. I took the below photo on March 10th in the Ouachita National Forest here in… Read More »

Daffodil A Sign Of Winter’s End

The Daffodil blooms for a short time here around my place near the Ouachita National Forest. The rain we have had the past couple of weeks has knocked the flowers down. These flowers show to me that winter is almost over and the newborn wildlife will start appearing. I read that the Daffodil is the national flower of… Read More »

Sally Jones West Causeway

Today’s photo is in the area of the Sally Jones West Causeway at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. This area is on the northwest section of the tour road, and I am facing north. I have seen lots of birds in this area over the years. I had a photo published by National Geographic that I… Read More »