Osprey with lunch in his talons & blood on his leg. Chopper buzzing a tower. Note osprey & nest. Thin juvenile owl with one eye closed. Help! [images not quite … Continue reading Wednesday Leftovers
Owls, with their large eyes, always remind me of the Mesopotamian statuettes from the Abu Temple in Tell Asmar, minus the devotional aspect. At the very least those eyes betray curiosity, … Continue reading Great Horned Owl’s Nest
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OWLS evoke extreme feelings. Their creepy hoot can send a shudder through the spine, their haunting gaze can engage our sense of wonder. Interesting Facts Owls cannot move their eyes … Continue reading What a Hoot!
For a nature-lover and wildlife enthusiast, each day in Yellowstone is another magic carpet ride. The experience of my second week here has been just as wondrous as the first. … Continue reading Yellowstone II: Vistas & Critters
Dull gray skies, light drizzle – anywhere else this kind of weather would be ‘gloomy.’ But Yellowstone is not just anywhere. The skies can change instantly and seem to transcend … Continue reading Seven Days in Yellowstone, 2012