I caught this whitetail doe chewing with her mouth open in my back pasture.
Nice mohawk man
This is one of the many does that cross my property in Magnolia and this time of year she happens to be pregnant.
A coyote peers into the tall grass on Antelope Island, Utah.
My in-laws had 11 ducklings hatch this Spring (2018) near their house. Since I love ducks I had to go take some photos.
These two girls caught me trying to take a picture of them. I believe both of them are pregnant, I know the one in the front is for sure.
On the middle Provo River the water was much calmer and there was more tall grass to cover me while I snuck up on some ducks. This drake must have caught sight of me and took off.
Taken in Magnolia, Texas
These two girls were hesitant to cross from the safety of the woods into this clearning, but eventually did.
Caught this guy mid flight after taking off from a tree near my house.
The deer the cruise across my property will either go under the fence or over it. This doe happens to be pregnant and chose to jump it rather than scraping her belly along the ground.
My in-laws had 11 ducklings hatch this Spring (2018) near their house. Since I love ducks I had to go take some photos. These two apparently had a disagreement.
Hard to imagine it is comfortable to traverse this palm with all those thorns
My in-laws had 11 ducklings hatch this Spring (2018) near their house. Since I love ducks I had to go take some photos
Lake Blanche is one of three lakes in the Twin Peaks Wilderness Area and at the high altitude where these lakes are live what is known as a Marmot. They look like large squirrels and will make a whistle sound when they are alarmed.
These two whitetail does took separate paths when crossing this fence.
I went down to the Upper Provo River while I was in Utah this Spring (2018) and got to take some action shots of mallards. Hard to believe these ducks would stay around such fast moving water.
Ran into a lot of these little guys while hiking in the Wasatch National Forest in Utah.
This male cardinal just chased off another bird that was attempting to crash the nest with his offspring in it.
We had 3 baby Cardinals hatch from a nest next to the house this Spring (2018). This one managed to get up into a shrub and off the ground shortly after leaving the nest.
Common sight to see deer crossing through front yards out where I live.
These chicks are only a day or two old. In a week or two they would become fully feathered and leave the nest.
This lone buffalo still looks large even considering his distance from me and the surrounding landscape.
This owl looks hungover to me
Believe it or not there are three baby cardinals crammed in to that nest on the side of my house. They are approximately a week old here.
These animals are huge
This female North American Cardinal looks over her newly hatched chicks from the cover of a shrub in my front yard.
I have more rabbits than I can count running around our property.
Early one morning I snapped a few photos of this pregnant whitetail doe foraging on our property.
When there isn’t a tree tall enough to scout for prey, use a pole instead.
These are large birds even when they are just a chick.
One of the Aspen groves you will cross while traversing the Lake Blanche Trail in the Twin Peaks Wilderness Area, Wasatch National Forest in Utah.
I have had these boots since I was in the Marine Corps. They topped mountains in California, ran through streets in Iraq and now have helped carry me up to Lake Blanche in Utah. I will never get rid of these boots.
Thankfully my wife yelled at me to come inside at the right time and our horse looked her way so I could grab this shot.
My wife giving one of our horses a lesson
Probably one of my favorite photos I have ever taken
Descending into Salt Lake City, Utah
An area of the National Forest that recently underwent a prescribed fire to clear the understory out. The smell a week or two after was absolutely amazing.
From grass plain climbing up 2,500ft to a mountain peak in only few miles.
This was a first for sure and yes, I did catch some fish (2 trout to be exact). Wasatch National Forest – Twin Peaks Wilderness Area
Wasatch National Forest – Twin Peaks Wilderness Area
Twin Peaks Wilderness Area – Wasatch National Forest
Camping in the Wasatch National Forest – Twin Peaks Wilderness Area
Nature is slowing taking this bridge over
My wife taking one of our horses for a sunset stroll on our property.
Sundial Peak and the lakes at it’s base in the Wasatch National Forest – Twin Peaks Wilderness Area
Waiting on a turkey to make a mistake and walk into this field
You couldn’t have asked for a better place to pitch a tent. Wasatch National Forest – Twin Lakes Wilderness Area
Our horses welcomed an afternoon shower after a few days of temps in the high 90s.
You can’t beat living out in the country when you are presented with views like this.