I’m proud to say this photo won an honorable mention in the Dewitt county shutterbugs contest.
It seems like I get a lot of butt shots of ducks.
Early morning makes it hard to tell.
Photographed: Hagerman Wildlife Refuge 2020.02.01
I like to get theses guys early in the morning while the water is still.
Most days there are hundreds if not thousands of birds at the Hagerman Wildlife Refuge.
I like to get there early to beat the traffic like this guy. (Traffic is not an really issue at the refuge.)
Photographed: Hagerman Wildlife Refuge, Sherman, TX 2020.11.07
It seems like there are hundreds of different sparrow type birds around the area. I think this is a Savannah Sparrow.
Photographed: 2020.11.07 Hagerman Wildlife Refuge, Sherman, TX
Hagerman Fall 2020_20201107_145
I drive to the Hagerman Wildlife Refuge about five times a year.
This Great Blue was fishing.
Photographed: Hagerman Wildlife Refuge Sherman, Texas 2020.12.04
This last post of the Alligators is one of my favorites.
I was laying on the dock. My wife thought I was a little too close!! I felt pretty safe.
Speaking to one of the locals, they have named one of these Lucy.
It doesn’t look like the Lucy I am familiar with!
While on our vacation in Arkansas near Texarkana, we had a few unexpected visitors at lake Millwood. These are two different alligators.
It was one of the highlights of the trip.
These barn swallows are here most every day when I go on my morning walk. Today they had a nice background.
It looks like they are “social Distancing” well. I wonder what they are talking about?
Photographed Plano, Texas 2020.07.13