^ inches of snow on the ground and lots of birds where looking for food
Doe and fawn in winter.
An evening drink at a high altitude water hole.
Lion cub laying on a fallen Acacia tree peeks out from behind the trunk to watch our jeep approach in the Serengeti National Park. The cub was watching its younger siblings who are hidden by the tree trunk. Its mother and aunts were hunting zebra at...
While hiking along a ridge this pileated appeared from nowhere and presented this shot!
These two happen to show up at, the same time, at the suet feeder behind my house. Great expression on the pileated's face.
Cruising throgh the pack ice we spotted seals on the ice.
I saw this mountain goat in some trees off of the main trail. I got a little closer for a good shot.
Yellowstone is a winter wonderland for photographers, but for the wildlife it's all about survival. They may have fur coats, but look at what this bison is eating.
If you're persistent on getting into your car and exploring you're bound to get lucky once in a while.
In late October, bachelor herds of bighorn rams gather together on McMinn Bench in Yellowstone National Park. During this time, rams spar with each other in an attempt to establish dominance prior to the upcoming rut. My husband and I watched these...
Near an eagles nest on the Missouri River
Herd of elk wondered accross the field.
Dolly set up house in my dogs "igloo" on my front porch during a very cold week. She was starving and cold. She stayed for a week and now visits once in a while.
Grackle on Snowy tree limb.
Robin hunting for food.
A small herd of bull bison leave Yellowstone Park every autumn to spend the winter months at lower elevations in the Shoshone National Forest. Although this winter range is more hospitable than the high country of Yellowstone, it is plagued by howling...
I just got lucky with this one.
These deer where stuck between mounds of snow on one side and a cliff on the other. They walked the highway for about a half mile before they were able to actually get off the road. In the process we took some shots.
While driving North to Canyon Junction I spotted this coyote hunting by listening for sound under the snow. I grabbed my camera off the seat and proceeded to shoot. The Coyote tilted his head as if he was hearing something then suddenly leaped and...
Was driving when I saw this robin and a few others that were still here for the winter. It was funny because my Dad had just told me the night before that someone said robins were still around and he did not believe them. This one was all puffed up...
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