Land Snail Sliding Across Tree Limb

I found this Land Snail sliding across my deck, so I moved it to a limb that was near my deck. Land Snails are very common here in my area. This one preferred to slide upside down. Land Snails live on or near the ground, feed on decaying plant matter, and lay their eggs in the soil. I… Read More »

Swamp Rabbit Eating Grass

This Swamp Rabbit eating grass was photographed near the Ouachita National Forest here in Arkansas. I have a Swamp Rabbit that feeds in my yard and lets me get close to it. This one surprised me by letting me get close to it. How I Got The Shot – Swamp Rabbit I was walking a gravel road when… Read More »

Pied-billed Grebe With Crawdad

This is a great time to photograph the Pied-billed Grebe at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. I see them in several areas of this refuge. This one caught a Crawdad and was getting read to swallow it. Here is another one I photographed on April,1: Pied-billed Grebe Swallowing Fish How I Got The Shot – Pied-billed… Read More »

Two Eastern Hog-nosed Snakes

The two Eastern Hog-nosed Snakes below were together when I spotted them on the side of the road here in Arkansas. I wasn’t sure what they were and was educated when I posted a photo on Facebook. The color was what threw me off. I read that these snakes color pattern is extremely variable. It can be red,… Read More »

Maybe Related To Cinnamon Raccoon

Back in July 2018 I photographed a Cinnamon Raccoon at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. The photo below is of a Raccoon I photographed near the same place. It looks like it could be related because of the color. It looks darker but the Raccoon was wet which makes it appear darker. I don’t think it… Read More »