Wildlife Wednesday Smiles – Prairie Verbena

Prairie verbena, Glandularia bipinnatifida, has shown me through the years its resilient fortitude to withstand droughts, thrives when the rains come, and most important in many areas where it is present is always blooming year-round. Often this is the first wildflower to emerge right before spring. This low-growing native wildflower is simply the best. Happy…

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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 Celebration of 2021

A wildlife celebration of the best wildlife captures on remote cameras at 3 Rivers Foundation in 2021. The year brought the discovery of beavers, confirmed a yellow-billed cuckoo, the birth of raccoon kits, and one bobcat kitten. Always fascinating to see the surprises of white-tailed deer interacting with birds. Now for the arrival of 2022…

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