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- Found this Great Horned Owl this morning asleep in a large oak tree. This is my first shot as it turned its head and looked surprisedly over its back at me. I was deep in a heavily wooded conservation area. #greathornedowl #owl #birds #birdphoto #birdsofprey #rapture #nature #naturephotographychallenge #your_best_birdshot #natgeo #nuts_about_birds #bestbirdsofinstagram
Category Archives: Merrimac Farm Wildlife management Area
I am slowly making my way through the thousands of images I shot while spending 4 weeks in Florida in December and January. “Making my way” means reviewing them and culling out those that are not “keepers.” Then, after selecting … Continue reading
On August 13, I conducted my last check of the 15 Bluebird boxes at the Merrimac Farm Wildlife Management Area, which was something I volunteered to do this spring and summer. There was not any nesting activity in the nest … Continue reading
Today, I spent 5 hours walking through the 300 acre Merrimac Farm Wildlife Management Area checking its 15 bluebird boxes on a gorgeous spring day. During breeding season, the boxes are checked once a week, and it was my turn. … Continue reading
This afternoon, I joined two other volunteers (Cliff and Tom) at Merrimac Farm Wildlife Management Area to be trained on how to check and maintain about 15 bluebird boxes located on the 301 acre farm. We were trained by Kim … Continue reading
Yesterday afternoon, I met a friend (Ernie Sears) at the Merrimac Farm Wildlife Management Area to shoot the Virginia Bluebells. I was there last Saturday morning, but could not resist going again to see and capture this very special event–the … Continue reading