When New Life Begins

With August 2019 came new wildlife discoveries. Most of these encounters were just beginning a new life. It is rare to experience seeing baby wildlife at their most vulnerable. The world they entered is not as safe as it used to be. That does not even include that everything has a predator and everything is…

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Best 2018 Camera Trap Captures

As 2018 comes to a close, I am sharing the best camera trap captures from my research at Comanche Springs Astronomy Campus this year. Some captures are quite remarkable, especially of the bat. This year found the campus being flooded twice and two my cameras were completely underwater and survived.  Bird diversity was seen to…

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Monarchs of 2018

  Monarch butterflies are nature’s most gentle beauties. Since 2015 I’ve biologically monitored the main 3RF campus in Foard County, Texas for all kinds of wildlife. I’ve seen monarchs pass through, but only a handful at a time. This year was quite different. I was checking my camera traps when I came up under a…

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Near Perfect Camouflage

I love coming across nature finds like this in the field. This is an expected duel beauty of a female praying mantis and Englemann milkweed pods. It was near perfect camouflage. Captured in Foard County, Texas.

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