Many of you will remember, from last summer, the wonderful video that Richard Barnes so generously shared with us. That special video contained fantastic footage of an amazing array of urban wildlife recorded right here in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Richard only recently moved to the metroplex from Glasgow, Scotland. Almost immediately he became interested in our unique and fascinating native wildlife. He put together Texas Garden Wildlife – A Suburban Safari in order to share some of his exciting discoveries with his friends and family back home in the UK—something I am sure they enjoyed immensely.

Now Richard is back at it again. This time he has put together an excellent compilation of video shorts documenting wintertime wildlife found near his home in Farmers Branch—right here in the heart of the metroplex. Enjoy!

4 Replies to “Dallas/Fort Worth Winter Wildlife”

  1. Terrific! I went back and enjoyed the earlier compilation as well. Beautifully photographed and edited. I really appreciated the captions. More!

  2. Richard and his wife Shannon have just purchased 14 different plants that attract butterflys. I know because I am Shannon’s brother. I can’t wait for next summer safari.

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