Wildlife Wednesday Smiles – Beaver, Beaver

Today’s Wildlife Wednesday Smile is one of the super best videos I captured of the beavers in Foard County, Texas. Their lodge, built right up against the creek bank often had steam rising out of it during the winter months. These keystone species are vital to healthy ecosystems. Their dams provide water and keep water…

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Wildlife Wednesday Smiles – Mom Porcupine

Meet a porcupine mom for today’s Wildlife Wednesday Smiles. This was the bestest discovery moment – a porcupine mom at the base of over a 75-foot hackberry tree while her porcupette slept in its upper branches. During the excitement over seeing the baby, it took an entire walk around the base of the tree to…

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Wildlife Wednesday Smiles – Porcupine

From 2015 to 2022, I captured over 600,000 camera traps, as well as photographic field images at 3 Rivers Foundation in Foard County, Texas. Over 500 species were identified from plants to birds to amphibians to mammals to insects. From 2017 to 2022 I shared Wildlife Wednesday posts to educate and simply share the joy…

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Little Brown Jobs

What is Little Brown Jobs or LBJs? This has nothing to do with sex, by the way, only birds. I learned about this affectionate name and acronym while I was in Kentucky this year. We were about to get Starbucks coffee and the bushes in front of the car were filled with unknown little brown…

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