• Kip’s Comments 3-18-19

      Where’s My Bridge I doubt there was anyone else in the whole wide world asking “Where’s my bridge” other than me the past couple of days. High water moving large ice chunks took out a bridge on the Cedar River. We are not talking about a small bridge. The Green Mill Bridge was nearly …

  • Kip’s Comments 3-17-19

      A Bald Eagle and More Mergansers From Yesterday Due to an urgent work-related issue, my time searching for wildlife photos was very limited today. Had it not been for this bald eagle in a tree watching mergansers, I may not have seen any wildlife that I could photograph.    Bald Eagle in Tree:    …

  • Kip’s Comments 3-16-19

      Watching For More With each day of warmer weather I am watching for more waterfowl and other migratory bird species to arrive. Based only on what I saw through my camera and lenses today, no new species arrived overnight.  I did shoot photos of a couple of species that have been around at least …

  • Kip’s Comments 3-15-19

      Displaced Wildlife, In-Place Wildlife Today’s post describes observations made today of two types of wildlife. First we will study two flood-displaced wildlife species I encountered. Species #1 is a common wildlife species, a mammal, that I have not photographed alive before. I don’t remember ever seeing one alive in the wild, until today. As …