A response to a WordPress prompt, originally posted on my other blog in 2013.
These are some of my favorite pictures of 2021. Some of them are first or unusual sightings for me; some of them are just pretty. 🙂 If you click on any picture, it… Continue reading
You may have seen something in the news about the week of freezing temperatures we had here in Texas, and if you live in a temperate zone, you may be saying, “Can’t they… Continue reading
I have a goal to identify all the species living on our farm. The pond plants in particular have been a problem for me, because a lot of them look similar. And even… Continue reading
For this week, the Lens-Artists Challenge is to look back over 2019, and post your favorite photos. My main aim in photography is to document all the wildlife on our farm, and that… Continue reading
In my walks around our farm, I come across plenty of small mysteries — Mystery #1: What snake left its skin in this hay bale? Mystery #2: Who scattered these pond mussels on… Continue reading
Here are some of the animals caught on camera in the dry creek bed of our family property in Central Texas.
This past week we were at our place in the Texas Hill Country, and I had been working near a water trough for about an hour, when suddenly birds started flying in. This… Continue reading
My daughter and son-in-law put a wildlife camera in the creek bed at our property in Central Texas. That place is about 300 miles to the west of us, in a region that… Continue reading
Six years ago I went on a birding bus trip and got to see the Smith Oaks Rookery in High Island, Texas. It was amazing to see of hundreds of giant nests stacked… Continue reading