Sep 262016
 
A Summer of Extraordinary Urban Wildlife - 2016

What an amazing summer it has been! I have been pursuing Wildlife photography for over ten years now, and I am still making new and exciting discoveries. What a wonderful hobby this is! This summer has been special with sights and sounds like few others. The long hard drought of 2012 through 2014 is now

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Dec 282015
 
DFW Urban Wildlife Milestones: Facebook and iNaturalist

This has been a good year for DFW Urban Wildlife. The blog and its associated iNaturalist Project and Facebook Group are growing at an exciting rate. The evolution of the web site continues and we have expanded our activities into some fun new areas. Among these are a number of speaking engagements and our first

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Sep 022014
 
What Is and What Was

We like to imagine that nature is static and unchanging. It is somehow comforting to believe that our environment and its wild inhabitants do not and should not vary. But the old cliche about change being the only constant applies to the natural world just as it does to almost everything else. To one degree

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May 052014
 
American Alligator - How Big?

One last update on the Lewisville Lake alligators for the time being… A quick visit allowed me the chance to see both alligators together, if only for a brief time before sunset. One alligator was mostly out of the water when I arrived and that afforded me the opportunity to get a quick picture of

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Apr 222014
 
American Alligator - At Home in Lewisville

This exciting observation comes to us from Denver Kramer. Denver spotted this 4 to 6 foot long alligator in a small wetland area near Lewisville Lake. Denver observed the stealthy reptile for around two hours, and at one point he watched as the alligator seemed to consider trying to make lunch of a egret perched

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