I seldom catch photos of coyotes with DSLR camera traps. They are extremely cautious and skittish. Here is Continue reading “Coyote Pups”
Colorful and boisterous, the green jay (Cyanocorax yncas) is a tropical bird who’s range Continue reading “The Green Jay”
A Nikon D7000 camera trap is set up on the edge of a S. Texas pear flat. The camera trap consists of Continue reading “Bobcat sneaking”
Wildlife attracted to a water hole in the South Texas Brush Country.
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 which includes a camera, motion sensor, and several off-camera flashes.
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”