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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Apr 242016
Garland Goodbye

The company I have worked for the past 20 years recently built for us a brand new campus in Richardson, Texas near the George Bush Expressway. Our old facility was located just a few miles down the road in the City of Garland. That building complex can trace its roots all the way back to

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Sep 102012
Journal - Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

Dateline – August 26, 2012 It is no secret that I enjoy working on this web site. Almost every week it seems I come across something new and interesting—often things I have never seen or heard of before. But, every once in a while, my efforts lead me to something really unique—something that I feel

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Feb 122012

Common Nighthawks are usually observed at night. They can often be seen (and heard) flying above lighted parking lots. Every once in a while you might stumble across one perched in a tree during daylight hours. That’s what happened in this case. Notice how the bird is perched inline with the branch so to better

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Aug 052011
Common Nighthawk - Monkey Bars

I observed this Common Nighthawk in my backyard. The bird was sitting on my children’s swing set. Nighthawks are commonly seen flying over parking lots at dusk or dawn, either singly or in pairs. They have distinctive white bands near the ends of each wing that make them easy to identify even in low light.

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