May 112017
 
Video - Wetland Spring Awakening.

What a difference two months can make! Our last visit to John Bunker Sands Wetland Center in Seagoville was in early March – it was cold and the skies were overcast. Apart from Bald Eagles, Herons, and Egrets the only wildlife we saw was migratory waterfowl. The Eaglets had hatched a few days before our

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Feb 042017
 
For the Love of Birds

I urge everyone to start their Bird Life List.   I have always loved birds and last February a friend of my parents suggested that I record what I’ve seen past and present.  It has literally changed my life as it created an excuse to go out and explore nature.   All ages and abilities can enjoy birding and it is a great

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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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Sep 072013
 
Black-necked Stilt - In Flight

A Black-necked Stilt in flight over a small lake in Hutchins, Texas. Observation Details County – Dallas City – Hutchins Date – Jul 27, 2013 Time of Day – Midmorning Temperature – Hot (greater than 89°F/32°C) Weather – Partly Cloudy Habitat – Recreation-Park Type of Behavior – Flying Gender – Uncertain Maturity – Adult Observer

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May 192013
 
Black-necked Stilt - Long Legs

Black-necked Stilts are unusual looking birds. This one was photographed in Seagoville, Texas. Observation Details County – Dallas City – Seagoville Date – Apr 13, 2013 Time of Day – Morning Temperature – Warm (70-89°F/21-32°C) Weather – Clear Habitat – Recreation-Park Type of Behavior – Feeding Gender – Uncertain Maturity – Adult Observer – Chris

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Aug 192012
 
Black-necked Stilt - Lemmon Lake

These Black-necked Stilts were observed at Lemmon lake in the Joppa Preserve. They were seen congregating with a number of other species of wading birds in the shallow water. Included among these were Great Egrets, juvenile Little Blue Herons, Snowy Egrets, and in one picture there are American Avocets in the far background. Observation Details

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