Wildlife passing through a South Texas creek bottom over the course of a week in April, 2017.
A bobcat gets a drink from a dwindling pool of water in a South Texas creek bed.
Javelinas (collard peccaries) loaf in the prickly pear flats and guayacan groves of the South Texas Brush Country. Continue reading “Javelina Portraits”
This white-tailed buck is following a doe which passed Continue reading “White-tailed Buck Roaming”
One of the keys to the uniqueness and beauty of camera trap photographs is the lighting. To create compelling lighting, a weatherproof studio of sorts is set up in the woods. The components include camera, motion sensor, and several off-camera flashes. Everything is secured in protective housings to guard against rain and assaults from insects and varmints.
The workhorse of the camera trap, this small waterproof box with an articulating mounting arm contains a PIR motion sensor, programmable on-off timer and radio transmitter.
This beautiful white-tailed buck can’t resist checking out the camera, which is disguised as a prickly pear cactus. Continue reading “White-tailed Buck”
An adult male bobcat uses a fallen log as a scratching post as he makes his daily rounds near a dry creek bed in the South Texas Brush Country. Continue reading “Cats II”
Bobcats cruise beneath the thorny canopy of mesquite, condalia, and huisache on a hot South Texas creek bottom. These images were captured on Nikon D3200 and D7000 camera traps. Continue reading “Cats”