Three marmots in the alpine area of Rocky Mountain National Park.
Kittens (Siamese/Tonkinese) finally getting tired from all their playing.
This shot was taken through an open window while the birds were feasting on sunflower seeds one winter morning in January.
This elk calf was thirty min. old.
Red-crested Cardinal in a tree on the North Shore of Oahu
AZ Verdin that stayed in the tree to pose for a few minutes in Nov 2009
Izzy hosted a lake party for four of her dog friends and, after an afternoon of playing in the water and paddling, snuggled up with a bottle of Blue Moon.
Elk taking a break from eating to pose for a shot at Rocky Mountain National Park.
Great Egret chicks in the nest.
Juvenile White-crowned Sparrow in my front yard during the first blizzard of the winter of 2010/2011.
A majestic bull elk crosses a golden meadow at sunrise in Yellowstone National Park, with Yellowstone Lake and the Absaroka Mountains in the background.
A bull elk was grazing this summer amongst a field of beautiful yellow monkey wild flowers. The location was just below tree line in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park in the shadows of Longs Peak.
An autumn snowfall in Grand Teton National Park had covered the food on the ground normally eaten by the Least Chipmunk. This chipmunk improvised by eating seeds from the tops of bushes, moving throught the air from one bush to the next.
While climbing near the summit of Mt. Evans in Colorado we encountered this mountain goat. Apparently it felt like we were close enough and was making its feelings known as I took this shot.
While climbing near the top of Mt. Evans (14,264 feet) in Colorado this spring after most of the snow had melted, we saw this mountain goat. On the perilous lip of a precipice it appeared relaxed as it enjoyed a view of the valley floor several...
I caught a shot of this marmot peeking out of its burrow as we were hiking past it on Colorado’s Mt. Evans at nearly 14,000 in elevation.
Red Tail Hawk looking for food.
Also labeled: Nature
Migratory White Pelicans preening and sunning themselves on a gravel bar at the wetlands of the Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Sanibel Island, Florida.
The lonely polar bear crosses the rather unforgiving landscape along the Hudson Bay at low tide, as he waits for the bay to freeze to begin his seal-hunting exploits once again.
Sandhill Cranes in flight with remaining winter snow on Kenai Mountians in background.
Was looking for a different perspective to photograph Bald Eagles. I witnessed this eagle just as he was taking flight from the snowy ground.
The Marsh Wren was staking out it's territory and made sure I knew the boundaries as it flew in a triangle stopping here and there to let me know not to enter.
Three stags that are head of a herd that frequents Sway and it's environs. On this occasion they were sheltering from the sun in a small grove of trees on the edge of a field.
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