Sep 142015
 
Texas Wildlife, Feb - Sept 2015

Our friend Richard Barnes has done it again. A couple of times a year Richard will stitch together a wonderful montage of wildlife videos he has taken in various places around the metroplex. A little over a year ago, Richard began these projects as a way to share some of the interesting things he was

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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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Sep 302013
 
Black-tailed Jackrabbit - The First

This observations comes to us courtesy of Jennifer M Smallwood DVM CVA. This is our first documented Black-tailed Jackrabbit in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, and we are very glad to have it. Jackrabbits do not seem to be as common in the metroplex as they once were. If you know of the location of some,

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Feb 142012
 
Journal - My Wish List Part 1: Mammals

Dateline – February 14, 2012 Some types of urban wildlife are easier to observe than others. These animals, whether it is because they are more common or because they have more accommodating habits, find their way in front of your camera readily and require relatively little extra effort from the photographer. Other animals—ones that are

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