North American Beaver Feeding

I saw this North American Beaver feeding early one morning last week at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. It was in an area known as the Lower Scarborough Slough. Lower Scarborough is just north of the 4-corners intersection and Miner’s Cove. How I Got The Shot – North American Beaver I drove up to this slough… Read More »

Pied-billed Grebe Swallowing Fish

When I saw this Pied-billed Grebe trying to swallow this fish yesterday, I didn’t think it was going to succeed. Because of the size of this fish, I’m amazed that it was able to capture and carry the fish to the surface. They dive to get food. It took this bird only a few seconds to swallow the… Read More »

Swamp Rabbit With Tongue Out

I have a Swamp Rabbit that likes to feed in my yard each year. It is here year around but it comes out more during daylight hours when the temps warm up. I got lucky and photographed it with its tongue out. How I Got The Shot – Swamp Rabbit With Tongue Out I’m staying at my place… Read More »

Female Dark-eyed Junco – Ouachita Mountains

This is a photo of a female Dark-eyed Junco that I photographed on the March 28, 2016. This was at my place in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas. These are some of the most abundant birds I see when I am out hiking during the winter. They also flock to my feeders, but it is difficult to photograph… Read More »

Tom Turkey At Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

I photographed this Wild Tom Turkey at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. I saw a total of two Toms (Two Rio Grande Turkeys Displaying) following a group of hens and they couldn’t care less that I was around. How I Got The Shot – Tom Turkey I was hand holding a Fujifilm X-T3 camera with a… Read More »