Tag Archives: arkansas

Hungry Baby Blue Jay

I photographed this hungry Blue Jay at the Fort Smith National Historic Site here in Arkansas. It was beginning to rain, so I didn’t get to photograph this bird being fed. How I Got The Photo: Hungry Baby Blue Jay This baby Blue Jay was on the backside of the gallows. I was hand-holding my camera and lens.… Read More »

Baby Cottontail Rabbit Doing Well

I have made several blog posts in reference to the Cottontail Rabbit that lives under my deck. It continues to grow and looks healthy with no more ticks. How I Got The Shot: Baby Cottontail Rabbit Doing Well This Rabbit is easy to get close to, and I am able to photograph it while hand-holding my camera and… Read More »

Indigo Bunting

I photographed this Indigo Bunting at the Janet Huckabee Arkansas River Valley Nature Center here in Arkansas. How I Got The Shot: Indigo Bunting This nature center has a few bird feeders on the west side of the Building. The Indigo Bunting was on a vine near one of the bird feeders. I was hand-holding my camera and… Read More »

Cottontail Rabbit With A Tick

The Baby Cottontail Rabbit that I have posted about (Baby Cottontail Rabbit) and (Baby Cottontail Rabbit Visiting) has picked up a large tick. I wished it would let me get that tick off. That tick should be dropping off soon, as full as it looks. How I Got The Shot: Cottontail Rabbit With A Tick I sat on… Read More »

American Robin Fledgling

This American Robin Fledgling was in my yard here in Arkansas. I have Robins that nest in my trees every year. How I Got The Shot: I got close while hand-holding my camera and lens. Gear Used: Camera: Canon EOS-1D Mark III Lens: Canon EF 100-400 mm f/4.5-5.6 L IS Technical: Location: Lavaca (Arkansas) Date and Time Taken:… Read More »