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…Read More
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Do Turkey Vultures Take a Bath?
In the over 179,000 photos I’ve captured so far during my ongoing wildlife study at 3RF, a few remarkable photos caught my eye from September 2017 which I’ve never seen before. A turkey vulture was photographed walking into the Beaver Pond and taking a bath along the water’s edge. After some research, I learned after…Read More
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…Read More