Patagonia Lake State Park is in southern Arizona about 9 miles northeast of Nogales. The lake is popular with fishers and birders. A cool birding trail near the east end of the lake has benches named after the birds that are often seen close by. Blue-grey Knatcatcher(Polioptila cerulean) on the birding trail. Beautiful bird, no?Continue reading “Patagonia Lake State Park, Arizona”
Terlingua is west of Big Bend National Park in West Texas. It is populated by people that shun city life and sequester themselves in a place few people would venture to in the triple digit heat of the Chihuahuan Desert. This flyer was posted on a bulletin board at the Terlingua Post Office: an eventContinue reading “Terlingua, Texas Eclectic Chihuahuan Oasis”
The last blog included information about the wildlife I photographed and my images from my hike up the Marufa Vega Trail. This final installment of Big Bend NP will have pictures of the Pinnacles Trail and a visit to Boquillas, Mexico, just across the Rio Grande River from a location near the campground that IContinue reading “Big Bend National Park 2020 continued”
I needed to go somewhere that was not very cold for a change. So from Aguirre Springs Campground, in New Mexico, I headed south to Big Bend National Park in West Texas, where it was not likely to have freezing temps, where there are hiking trails, wildlife and the spectacular Chisos Mountains. Critters: Big bendContinue reading “Big Bend National Park, Texas”
I camped at Aguirre Springs Campground, ten milres east of LasCruces, NM from the 24th-28th of February. The campground is located in the eastern slope of the Organ Mountains, decorated with the towering spires of the “organ pipes” of the so named range. Aguirre Campground is blessed a great many camp sites with prrecious fewContinue reading “Organ Mountain National Recreation Area(OMNRA)”
In the epilogue of the Bobbie Holaday book: The Return of the Mexican Grey Wolf: Back to the Blue, Bobbie stated that one of the people that killed one of the wolves was brought to justice. Through the inspired work by the US Fish and Wildlife law enforcement/investigation unit and their forensic lab in Ashland,Continue reading “Mexican Grey Wolf Conclusion”
This blog is a short summary of the return of this amazing, resilient predator into small a part of its historic range, and the courageous people that spearheaded the effort. With images of a male and female taken at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum(ASDM) near Tucson, Arizona. Actually seeing and photographing a Mexican Grey WolfContinue reading “Mexican Grey Wolf”
My first free day, in needed two day to recover from all the preparations to leave and the drive from Morro Bay to the MNP, I did a six mile hike around Barber Peak. These are the images from my hike on February 21.
Here’s a picture of a Dusky Langur from Thailand So here’s another practice picture: a juvenile Dusky Langur.
Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.