Join me in unraveling the identity of a mysterious hawk photographed at an Oklahoma wildlife refuge - is it a Red-tailed, Krider's or hybrid?
A blog post describing how I photographed a female Northern Cardinal standing on a frosty post and discussing techniques for minimizing busy backgrounds.
A blog post describing the birds photographed in my yard after a snowfall in Arkansas, including woodpeckers, chickadees, titmouse, and nuthatches.
A nature photographer describes capturing images of a Red-shouldered Hawk standing on one leg, a posture many birds adopt to conserve body heat in cold weather.
A wildlife photographer recounts spotting and photographing a Killdeer, an elegant yet hardy member of the plover family, while visiting a Wildlife Refuge.
While parked along the Sally Jones Causeway at Oklahoma's Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge, I had a visitor paddle into view - a male Hooded Merganser.
See incredible close-up photos and learn interesting facts about the Double-crested Cormorant, captured at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma.
Come see incredible flight photography of American White Pelicans gliding over Oklahoma's Sally Jones Lake. Massive wingspans make them a majestic sight.
Wildlife photographer Steve Creek shares photos and facts about the Greater Yellowlegs shorebird spotted at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma.
A wildlife photographer describes a serendipitous bird photography experience, spotting and photographing elusive Wilson's Snipes at close range from his truck.
A wildlife photographer shares how he captured a photo of a frosty Northern Harrier and explains how birds adapt to survive cold winter temperatures.