A Good Year for a Pre-Marital-Moon

With all the excitement that came with the end of 2020, we decided to take a bit of a sabbatical. It was necessary time that we took to explore our actions and motives and to properly adapt and frame them for the road ahead of us. We are overjoyed—and anticipating …

A Night at River Creek

During our recent dive into the history of River Creek, we discovered that it’s one of the best examples of a Longleaf Pine/Wiregrass Ecosystem, and that in recent years efforts have been made to repopulate Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers in the area. These were the leading factors in our decision to get …

River Creek Roundup – Pollinator Pics

These photos are from our initial visit to River Creek, The Rolf and Alexandra Kauka WMA. Rebecca and I drove down to the old plantation outside of Thomasville, arriving just before dawn. We set out quietly on our hike, watching the forest slowly come alive with the rising sun. We were humbled by the …

A Weeks’ End at St. Mark’s National Wildlife Refuge

Here are the promised photos from St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge in North Florida. These comprise some of the most photogenetic birds I’ve seen in my six months of serious Wildlife Blogging and Photography. It has been an exciting few months and I’m looking forward to everything the future has …

Chickasawhatchee – Returning with a Watchful Eye

That midweek foray had piqued our interest. We made up our minds—and when Sunday came, we went back to Chickasawhatchee Wildlife Management Area for a closer look. We left before dawn, as we often do, and arrived ahead of the sun. The pre-historic feel of Mud Creek Road, the same …

Chickasawhatchee WMA – A Photo Record

Last month we took several trips to Chickasawhatchee Wildlife Management Area. Here are some of our favorite photos from the outings. To read about our first adventure on the property click here. More stories about our adventures are on the way! We are now selling prints! if you see something …

A Journey to Horse Creek WMA

July had been a month, each week a hectic rush of troublesome events and paradoxically wonderful moments. Some of it left us drained and emotionally tense, while other of it inspired abject joy and a deep sense of gratitude.  As a side effect of June’s pace, we only spent one …