Jun 30, 2018

Standing Guard

Florida Burrowing Owlet

Color Awards

Great collection of photos...I'm happy to be included!

Jun 29, 2018

Jun 28, 2018


Burrowing Owlet perched in a pine tree in Florida.

Jun 27, 2018

Missing You

Red Fox in Algonquin Provincial Park

Jun 26, 2018

Proud Puffin

Atlantic Puffin in Newfoundland, Canada.


Florida Burrowing Owlet

Jun 22, 2018


I have a hard time tearing myself away from the Burrowing Owls and don't usually photograph anything else while I'm in Florida but these Loggerhead Shrike were nesting right in my backyard so I couldn't resist!

My Old Friend

Wild Black Bear Sow in Ontario


Silver Fox Kit in Newfoundland, Canada.  The silver fox is a melanistic form of the red fox (Vulpes vulpes).

Jun 20, 2018


Florida Burrowing Owlet standing on rope and tilting his head.

Jun 18, 2018

Get off my back!!!

Burrowing Owlets learning to fly in Florida.

Jun 17, 2018

Jun 15, 2018

Tiny Toucan

Blue-throated Toucanet (Aulacorhynchus caeruleogularis) in Costa Rica  

TNC 2018 Photo Contest

The Nature Conservancy’s 2018 Global Photo Contest. Winner of the People's Choice Award (THANKS EVERYONE!!!) and 2nd Place Winner in the Wildlife Category.

Jun 14, 2018


Red-Webbed Tree Frog in Costa Rica


Blue-throated Toucanet (Aulacorhynchus caeruleogularis) in Costa Rica

Two Of A Kind

Two Burrowing Owlets in Florida.

Jun 12, 2018


Wild Black Bear Yearling in Ontario, Canada

Jun 11, 2018


Black Bear Cub in Nipissing, Ontario.

Jun 10, 2018


Florida Burrowing Owlet


Pine Marten in Algonquin Provincial Park

Jun 9, 2018

The Prowler

Wild Canada Lynx in Northern Ontario

Jun 7, 2018

Jun 5, 2018

Jun 4, 2018

I See You

Eastern Cottontail Rabbit in Florida.

Jun 3, 2018

Caught In The Act

Burrowing Owlet dancing in the rain. How cute is this?!!!!!


Acorn Woodpecker in Costa Rica

Jun 2, 2018

Northern Ghost

Wild Canada Lynx in Northern Ontario, Canada.

Jun 1, 2018

Rain Dance

Many people would be disappointed to have rainy days while visiting Florida but I couldn't have been happier. We had almost three full days of rain and the Burrowing Owls put on quite a show! However....too much rain in the spring can mean problems for the owls if burrows get flooded and the owlets are not old enough to fly and wait things out. There was an adult pair and 6 owlets at this particular burrow and luckily all the owlets were far advanced in their development. This photo is the adult male and he's one of my favorite adults I've ever photographed.


Yellow-Bellied Marmot in Yellowstone National Park