Here’s a very cool shot of Tom turkey showing its spurs and it’s beard. This is on a radish/turnip plot. Takin with a J cell cam.
That face you make on Monday morning when you know you’ve got a full week of work before the start of another weekend.
I like to try some different set ups when deer aren't packing antlers, so I found this log crossing a creek and left the camera there for a couple months. I got some bears and another lion, but the black and white of this young lion turned out the best.
On a different set up by a water hole, I got this big lion crouching. Looks like he's getting ready to pounce! But I couldn't see what he was watching. Maybe next time!
I always enjoy getting some bobcat photos.
I always enjoy getting a multi species photo. This painted turtle is sharing the log with these wood ducks. The female wood duck must be trying to impress the turtle.
A beautiful double-bearded tom bathed in sunlight. He's standing in an old logging road at a secret location somewhere in Eastern Arkansas. It sure looks to me like he's posing to have his picture taken.
De Pere, WI
This was the first fawn of the year I caught on camera in Central Wisconsin.
First selfie observed with the lynx!
Monitoring of the lynx in the Swiss Pre-Alps. Photographic monitoring after physical capture of the animal for telemetry studies.
This picture is a great action shot of turkeys in my clover plot.