Welcome to my Blog! Here I will introduce you to my wildlife and nature photography. All of my photos are unique and bring a touch of the outdoors, in. I hope that you find my work artistically inspiring; and through my photos, it is my hope that you find the same passion and admiration for the wild as I enjoy each day throughout my nature walks. There truly are not enough hours in the day to capture all the beauty that nature and wildlife has to offer.


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Northern Flicker At Nest Hole

July 07, 2017  •  2 Comments
I have been watching a pair of Northern Flickers at a nest site at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. They are next to the road in an old dead cottonwood tree. Yesterday I was able to stop in front of the tree and get a few photos before moving on. I was hoping to see them bringing food to the young, but I read that the young are fe...
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Curious North American River Otter

July 05, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I have been watching and photographing a family of North American River Otters since May while at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. A female and her three young pups have been moving around an area almost a mile long. While I was photographing a Yellow-crowned Night-Heron eating Crayfish, the female Otter came up close to check me...
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Happy 4th of July 2017

July 04, 2017  •  2 Comments
Happy Independence Day! I thought America’s national bird, the iconic bald eagle would be a great photo to share this morning. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service says on its website. “Habitat destruction and degradation, illegal shooting, and the contamination of its food source, largely as a consequence of DDT, decimated the eagle population.” But...
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Eastern Bluebirds Did Well This Year

July 03, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
The Eastern Bluebirds did well this year at my place in town. This is the second successful brood. They didn't do well at all at my other place near the Ouachita National Forest here in Arkansas. Something happened to the male and the female and the eggs were abandoned at that location. I am always amazed at what the male and female Eastern Bluebi...
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Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge Bobcat

July 02, 2017  •  2 Comments
Back in 2014 I got lucky and was able to watch and photograph this Bobcat hunting the edge of a cornfield. This was in the middle of May and I was at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. When I first saw this Bobcat I was standing in an overgrown road used by the farmers to enter the cornfield. This Bobcat came within a few feet of m...
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