Bald Eagle recovering at the Pueblo Raptor Center
who is the hunter, who is the prey?
This guy turned out to be a fantastic model. He seemed to enjoy striking several poses and made several comments in his Aussie accent.
Sandhill cranes migrate through Fairbanks every summer on their way back to Mexico. They stop at Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge in large flocks (along with Canada geese and many varieties of ducks). The refuge is a wonderful place to take...
These are the most common large lizards found around southern Nevada. This shot was taken near one of the overlooks above Hoover Dam. Sunbathing appears to be a popular pastime. This specimen was approximately a foot long and quite content for me to...
A chipmonk found a pile of wood to be a great playground in the cold mountains of Colorado.
Bald eagle keeping an eye on us on the shore of Okanagan Lake
This Great Horned Owl did not pay any attention to me taking pictures...there was a hawk nearby looking for a meal.
Caught this sea gull coming in for a landing on the breakwater
Taken in mid-December from a small boat on the Delta near San Francisco Bay. Gray, overcast day.
TWO STARLINGS IN A DISPUT
This male comes to our feeder
This American Bald Eagle is "Angel". She is a permanent resident of the National Eagle Center in Wabasha, MN. She is one of 5 resident eagles available for educational purposes to the public. She was injured and is unable to fly.
Sea Gull gliding on the wind over the Neuse River
Camera Settings were 1/350 sec. @ f/8, ISO set @ 200
Also labeled: Nature
Walking through the bird habitat at the zoo.
Also labeled: Animals
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