Category Archives: Animal Behavior
When I visited MacLeod Field on this past Sunday I had insects on the mind and as you saw had an enjoyable time chasing the Silver-bordered Fritillary. But prior to that I was chasing a small moth when I saw … Continue reading
Sure looks like that’s what he’s thinking. Flies for Frogs Universal said my order had shipped but apparently not in time for this little guy. Bummer!
Bullfrog on a pad…sort of. These guys are always smiling although it often seems a wry smile. I should start bringing a bag of flies with me.
I was just about to leave Moosehorn Pond last Saturday when I spotted this Eastern Painted Turtle-Chrysemys picta picta enjoying some relaxing time on a log. I spoiled it by stopping to photograph her and after a few exposures down she … Continue reading
I was chasing a moth in Brickyard Meadow last Saturday when I saw something not much larger than the moth on a sensitive fern leaf a few inches away. Although it was partially hidden under another overhanging leaf and I … Continue reading
Mike Powell posted a nice frog shot on FB and I am sure it will be on his blog soon. I figured I should follow his lead and post another Frog Friday. B&W is a little different and I think … Continue reading
Years ago when I participated in a forum, Naturescapes.Net, the favored bird portrait would be with one on the end of a stick (thus Bird on a Stick). This is a somewhat different example of that although not with the … Continue reading
I’ve tried and failed a few times to capture a shot of a Belted Kingfisher-Megaceryle alcyon while visiting the swamp. Since I do 99% of my shooting from a tripod they often fly off before I set up. But yesterday … Continue reading
I had already captured a few bullfrog images and decided it was time to start my errands and yard chores at home when I noticed this little frog between the lily pads. I am impressed as it was small and … Continue reading