Fun Friday: Where’s Waldo???
Today’s “Fun Friday” post’s images were captured last week during my 2-day visit to the Loess Bluffs NWR, in northwest Missouri. At this time of year, one of the highlights at the refuge is often the number of Snow Geese that lay over at the refuge and feed and rest up for the remainder of […]
All Worked Up!
(Note: I will be displaying work at the upcoming “Fall Harvest Arts & Craft Show”, this Friday and Saturday at the John Knox Pavilion in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. If you live, or will be in the area, stop by and say “Hi”. I will be featuring some new prints on a metal surface. I’m excited […]
Life is So Fragile
During my recent trip to Squaw Creek NWR for some migrating bird photography, we were overwhelmed with hundreds of thousands of Snow Geese (Chen caerulescens). Although most of the time with the Snow Geese was fun and very active, we did see the dark side of nature. For the past few years, Snow Geese have […]
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Snow Geese, Part 2
In yesterday’s post (Snow Geese, Part 1), I posted an image showing the large number of Snow Geese (Chen caerulescens) at the Squaw Creek NWR in northwestern Missouri. Seeing this large number of geese (~390,000) in one place is quite a sight, but still nothing like seeing the entire group explode into a “blast off”! The […]
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Snow Geese, Part 1
During my recent trip to Squaw Creek NWR, the Snow Goose (Chen caerulescens) numbers steadily increased during our 3-day stay. By the end of our trip, there were 390,000 Snow Geese on site. When the Bald Eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) were not active, I did a lot of flight photography with the snow geese, particularly as […]
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