Monthly Archives: June 2010
Today is the third anniversary of the removal of the Bald Eagle from the Endangered Species List. This is one of the greatest success stories under the Endangered Species Act. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work out this way.
I went out to Point Reyes recently. My friend Jeff joined me. We hoped to find some owls and bluebirds to photograph. We found this adult great horned owl and its mate and three young which we had seen before. … Continue reading
A black bear sow and her spring cub take a rest near Calcite Springs. I saw them several times in mid May between Calcite Springs and Tower Falls. I wonder if the sow is a descendant of that well-known and … Continue reading
Yesterday’s post ended with mama bear attacking her cub. While I said that I thought it was probably because she was agitated over the wolf having been at the carcass, there is more to it than that. The cub is … Continue reading
As I mentioned in my last blog, there were two bison carcasses in Blacktail Pond in the spring of 2010. The first scavenger I saw there was a coyote who was standing on the carcass which was in the water … Continue reading
In my last post about baby bison I said that seeing and photographing them gave me a new appreciation of the adults. But for that I might not have stopped to watch and photograph this cow bison as she grazed … Continue reading