We had a great opportunity to observe this Blue Jay this past week as well, prompting a second “In Focus Friday” post for the week. We’re trying some new things over here as we try to get our bearings. These photos were also taken around our new home and I was genuinely excited to have an opportunity with a Blue Jay where I could get such clear and beautiful images!
We had a lovely opportunity to photograph our resident Mississippi Kites this past week. We’ve enjoyed watching them as we first worked on and then moved into our new home. The property features some nice perches and is adjacent to several hundred acres of woodlands making it as perfect a home for us as it has been for these raptors. We know that they’ll be migrating away for the winter so we plan on enjoying them while we can and hope to see them again next year!
A collection of images taken at Flint River WMA that we wanted to share, but couldn’t find space for in our other posts about the space.
After Pitcher Plant Bog we took a break to put some things in order—after visiting five Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) in nearly as many weeks it was necessary to iron out some details before launching this website. We hope you like it. This past Sunday, on the dawn of summer, …
During our trips to Flint River WMA we spotted many windfishers in action. Though I wasn’t able to capture the action, I did get some great shots of them between flights. Enjoy!
On our second adventure to The Bog Rebecca and I get more than the blueberries we bargained for!
Lannahassee Creek WMA is large parcel of land nestled in the tributaries of the northern Kinchafoonee Creek. It boasts hilly lands, costal forests, and numerous wildlife opportunities.