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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Oct 102016
 
How Photography Changed My Viewpoint of Wildlife

I have always loved animals. It was all about stuffed animals, never dolls. I loved going to the zoo and watching documentaries. My house is animal themed. No person comes in my home without stating, “Wow, you really love animals don’t you?” But what I have learned in the last year is that loving animals

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Jul 202013
 
American White Pelican - Lake Ray Hubbard

A swarm of dozens of non-migratory American White Pelicans flying over their summer home at Lake Ray Hubbard in Rowlett, Texas. Wikipedia has this to say about American White Pelicans: The American White Pelican rivals the Trumpeter Swan as the longest bird native to North America. Both very large and plump, it has an overall

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May 022013
 
Whooping Crane - Lake Ray Hubbard Follow Up

NOTE: This post is part of a continuing series of observations: [ First | << Prev | Next >> ] This is a brief follow up on the Lake Ray Hubbard Whooping Cranes. I was hoping to improve on the photographs included with my first report, but these are only marginally better. Unfortunately, the distance

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