BEAVER!

Note: This story being shared is a tad late, but that’s what happens when life transpires. It’s not often I have a really exciting day in the field. Especially when the day starts out frustrating. But then you later realize if it were not for those frustrations then the exciting part of your day would…

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Sleeping Carolina Wren – Part 2

  It’s been over a month now since discovering a Carolina Wren (Thryothorus ludovicianus) taking refuge in a barn swallow nest on our patio. The wren has been coming back night after night sleeping like a teenager for around 12 hours. With the day’s waning light it flies into the nest, fluffs itself up to…

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Coyote Pups – An Update

  The first confirmed coyote pups recorded at Comanche Springs earlier this summer are still playing together in the same location. Captured on the same camera trap these growing pups were captured romping, snarling, and playing in the same area. Most of the camera traps are capturing them roaming by themselves in different locations on…

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Rare Turkey Vulture Selfies

These are rare turkey vulture selfies from my research at Comanche Springs Astronomy Campus. I never would’ve guessed that a turkey vulture would be inquisitive enough to walk around and check out a camera trap. Turkey vultures are often seen flying over this highest point of the campus. This camera trap has captured a few…

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