Tag Archive: Central Texas

Birds on a Water Break

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

Unusual Pair

We caught these two on the wildlife camera this past September.  Unfortunately the light wasn’t good and there was hardly any contrast in the photos, so I used Photoshop Elements® to make them… Continue reading

Wildlife Cam 2017

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

Hill Country Butterflies and Friends

Over the weekend, we went to a friend’s wedding, which was held in a grove of oak trees on a ranch near Austin.  The location was phenomenal, the weather cooperated, and it was… Continue reading

Along a Hill Country Highway

Much of the dry, rocky land of central Texas is really best suited for small populations of grazing or browsing animals.  Ranchers may raise cattle, sheep, or goats, but for another income stream,… Continue reading

A Little Farther West

This past weekend I got to spend some time out in the Texas Hill Country. Depending on who you talk to, Texas can be divided into seven to eighteen different ecological zones, and… Continue reading