Tag Archives: nature photography
A few days ago I wrote about the dangers of baling twine to ospreys. This is what it looks like up close. I found it on the edge of the road on the way to the turnoff for Chimney Rock. … Continue reading
The snow that fell yesterday was sticking when it landed on vegetation, but not on the roads or animals. This coyote was probably hoping it would either get colder or warmer. It looks soaked. The temperature ranged between 30 and … Continue reading
When people think of the wildlife in Yellowstone they think of wolves, bears, especially grizzlies, and elk. But there are lots of other critters. You can probably think of many others, but you may not put the sandhill crane on … Continue reading
I went out to Point Reyes yesterday, something I haven’t been doing too much of this year compared to last year. The forecast said there would be fog, but thankfully it was a no-show. Moreover, the light was fantastic thanks … Continue reading
I haven’t gotten any good photos of bobcats lately. They’ve given up their crepuscular ways and they’ve gone back to being nocturnal. This photo was taken in February. This particular guy was my favorite this past winter. He has a … Continue reading
This is one of two calves I photographed a couple of days ago in the elk preserve. The other was much smaller (and younger). It was also noticeably darker.
This buck was grazing in a rancher’s field. H e must have liked what he was eating given how stuffed his cheeks are.