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Category Archives: Animal Behavior
This little guy, not sure how to tell for sure without getting a face full of quills, was conveniently munching out on the grasses in the rotary relatively oblivious to onlookers. Another photographer friend saw him today also. Guess he … Continue reading
We are starting to get a few nights in the 30’s although not a frost in the immediate future. But that might be chilly enough to trigger hibernation. This past Monday I visited one of the more reliable locations for … Continue reading
While stacking some wood I had just split I felt eyes upon me. When I looked up I saw Eastern Garter Snake-Thamnophis sirtalis sirtalis I’ve been bringing the camera out with me when working in the yard and it came … Continue reading
Someone needs a little motivation.
It is probably just me but those feet are so cute.
While jockeying for position between the two Frog Friday shots of August 5, I spotted this young and colorful bullfrog sitting a few feet away from the larger and more mature frog. Female bullfrog-Lithobates catesbeianus in Poor Farm Swamp on … Continue reading
Eastern Painted Turtle-Chrysemys picta, female. Females have shorter front nails. A male’s are noticeably longer. While shooting at Moosehorn Pond this past Sunday, I had hoped to photograph a turtle. No luck and it was getting late so I packed … Continue reading
AKA Green Heron. I decided to walk the rail trail this morning looking for frogs. It was overcast which would be good at cutting down the glare that is sometimes unavoidable on a sunny day with a wet frog. Even … Continue reading
I have no idea if this is the same little guy I shot with the iPhone two FFs ago. They change color, hence the versicolor moniker, so that’s not a hint. At any rate, at least this one is in … Continue reading