These are wonderful photos! Photos of nature are my favorite and you do such a great job capturing amazing moments. 🙂
Thank you so much RJ. Glad you enjoyed them. 🙂
Love that Meadowlark shot – beautiful!
They are so colorful aren’t they? Thanks for visiting and commenting. 🙂
Great photos. I enjoyed the entire series.
I am so happy you liked the photos Mark. Thank you for visiting and commenting. 🙂
Your Meadow Lark is my Bobwhite, Alison. We had an old orchard next to our housing development and I heard their “bobwhite” call all the time as a child. We don’t have many of them here anymore, mostly because the vast grasslands they require are gone. Maybe one day I’ll get to hear the Meadowlark’s spring song.
Thanks Jo Ann. I hate hearing that the Bobwhite is being squeezed out of it’s native habitat. The Western Meadowlark really has a distinctive song. I included a link if you feel like listening. It is a cheery sound that never fails to lift my spirits.
Wow, these are fantastic images!
These pictures are so fantastic! I love them all! 🙂 Well done Alison
Thanks Calee! Makes me happy that you enjoyed them. 🙂
Enjoy is almost an understatement 😉 I’ve already been back several times to look at them again and again! Especially the small birds are awesome!!
These are fantastic captures Alison, and what wonderful light you had. This looks like a fantastic place to explore and who knows what you will find. I love the two sparrows, and of course the meadowlark. Beautiful!
Thank you so much! 🙂
nice – what a serene place – your first and third photos are most interesting to me i capyure trees sometimes – and play with them in Photoshop- and the 3rd image has such texture in the background as to touch – thank you
Thank you for visiting and commenting Will. I took a walk through your site and blog. Wonderful, wonderful photography you have there.
i spent more time in your gallery – quite impressive – birds are not an easy capture and yet you present them nicely – i shall spend more time
Thanks so much Will. Glad you enjoyed them.
It’s a wonderful place. Years ago I edited a program for the BBC on the dangers it faces, with agriculture taking more water than the system can bear. I’m heading out again in a month, since one routing of the old Lincoln Highway ran from Westgate up to Stillwater (in an attempt to avoid the dreaded Fallon Sink, known to trap automobiles.)
You have a very nice site.
Hey thanks! Very cool that you have taken such an in depth look at the challenges the Refuge faces. Thanks for visiting and commenting. I will follow your Lincoln Highway journey with interest. 🙂
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