Category Archives: Wildlife

Trash Panda Tracks

AKA Racoons, these were by the creek either catching minnows or washing food. Actually, it isn’t that they are so fastidious with their food, but rather they cannot supply enough saliva of their own so must add water to eat … Continue reading

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Pond Sliders

Pond Sliders is a sort of catch-all name for several species that love to bask in the sun, mainly of the genus Chrysemys. They are difficult to approach. These older gentlemen are probably either Yellow-bellied or Red-eared turtles.

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Calf Near Aldridge Creek

Why are cows eyelashes so long?

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Saving Photos in Raw Format

Here’s a good example of why you should take your photos in raw format. It was late into sunset one recent evening when I looked out my window. Down below were a doe and fawn white-tail deer. Quickly, I grabbed … Continue reading

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Do Not Disturb

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Double-crested Cormorant

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Cliff Swallows at Play

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Two Canada Goose Families Out For a Stroll

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One Cliff Swallow, Five Shots

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Fish n Shells

These are small fish about three to four inches long. Variously called pumpkinfish, sunfish, or maybe even bluegill or bream (if these are youngsters). Found in Aldridge Creek.

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