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Category Archives: Mammals
The Patuxent Wildlife Research Center located at 10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop, Laurel. Md. (just northeast of Washington DC) (240-882-0360) features an artist each month. This month I am pleased to be featured in there art gallery. I have 60 pictures … Continue reading
This spring I took a photo workshop with Jim Clark at the Chincoteague Bay Field Station in Virginia. Mr. Clark had us in the field most days before the sun was up and often we stayed in the field to … Continue reading
Assateague Island National Seashore near Ocean City, Md is a great place to see wild ponies. This pony reminded me of Mr. Ed the talking horse or a good case for dental care in ponies.
In October I traveled to Churchill, Canada to see the polar bears. Each year they gather on the west coast of Hudson Bay at Churchill to wait for the ice to freeze so they can go out on the ice … Continue reading
I went out to Blackhill Regional Park to see what might be moving around. I was losing light fast so I set the ISO high to catch the geese as they came in. The second pair had no sooner hit … Continue reading
Early one morning as I was leaving Gardiner to explore more of Yellowstone Park. I saw something move high on the cliff side above. After parking the car, it took several minutes to again see something move. Sure enough there … Continue reading
Very early one morning in Yellowstone Park, I watched two bison butting heads. The sunlight lit up the hairs on their backs. They would butt heads then back off several feet and charge each other. This was a herd of … Continue reading
I have gotten a coment that the bear I posted as #399 was not that bear because it did not have a red tag in its ear. Here is a picture from a different angle while the bear was in … Continue reading
This little pig lived at our farm one summer. He got sick. After all the treatment he had, I thought he would never let us close. He turned out to be quite a ham.