One of San Juan Island's red foxes, posing nicely for my camera.
This scene only existed for a few seconds as the head of a Lilly rolled (pushed by the breeze) into the small pond where I was shooting this frog, the frog seemed undisturbed by is presence and remained still as the Lilly rolled on several moments...
A roseate spoonbill filtering sediment for his morning breakfast
The pair of fox kits lived under the old lodge and would come out to play and watch for their mother to bring back lunch.
The trumpeter swan migration project following ultralights, teaching swans a historic migration route lost to their memory, lasted only a few years. Now there is the same type of project with whooping cranes going from Wisconsin to Florida.
Just one of the lorikeets at Lowrey Park Zoo in Temple Terrace, FL.
A tiny little bee hovers over an aster flower.
I was photographing the sunset on the Dordogne River at Beynac when ducks swam into the frame.
Humingbird feeding on a flower
These scarlet tanagers were found by in my neighbors' yard, must have died by hitting her large glass doors. The red male must have been chasing the yellow female.
hanging out by the lake with some ducks for the day.
Whistling Ducks all landing together on a dead tree at Brazos Bend State Park
Also labeled: Animals
This ram was standing in the middle of the road, so what else was there to do but get the camera out?
Two seagulls searching for food at Rockaway Beach.
Frogs during the mating season (spring).
These flamingos were standing in a flock near a pond in the sun. I thought their colors were so vivid.
This is a lizard baby that was only about an inch long, sitting on a leaf of my ivy. Managed one shot before he took off.
No brilliant color. Just nature doing what it does best.
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