Category Archives: Video
Birth of a Monarch
Birth of Royalty – Video
Fun Friday: A Little Camera Shy!
If you’ve been following my blog for a little while, you are probably aware that I have been monitoring a pair of Barn Owls that have taken up residence in a Cass County barn, and possibly beginning to nest in a nest box I built and installed for the landowners. I have a trail cam […]
Fun Friday: The Dance of Joy!
On my last full day along the Platte River, I continued my quest to capture some decent video of the Sandhill Cranes as they danced and jumped about in the cornfields. For the past few mornings, they would be dancing/jumping when I stopped the car on the roadway. But after pulling my camera up, they […]
Sandhill Crane Foraging Videos
In yesterday’s post, I featured a few images of Sandhill Cranes arriving in the cornfields to forage. Today’s post includes a few videos I captured of this activity. Sorry for the somewhat jerky movements … I was shooting handheld, while resting my camera/lens on the car window ledge (staying inside the vehicle to prevent spooking […]
Barney & Mate!
If you’ve followed my blog for a long time, you might recall that I was fortunate to have found a nesting population of Barn Owls (Tyto alba) and photographed the parents with a couple of youngsters (“Barney and Friends”). I might add that barn owls are considered rare and endangered in Missouri. In fact, until […]