• Kip’s Comments 1-17-19

      Try to Hunt Them Wild  A few years ago I accompanied a group of guys while they hunted pheasants on a game farm. My intentions on that outing were to photograph the process of hunting ring-necked pheasants – shooting action, dogs pointing, the landscape in the fall. I had a good time, but that …

  • Kip’s Comments 1-16-19

      Attention  Attracters  Since leaf cover is absent allowing attentive people to observe wildlife much easier than normal, I have noticed how easy it is to see whitetail deer and bald eagles, with American kestrels coming in close in numbers seen. During my travels today I enjoyed extremely easy photo opportunities for the first two …

  • Kip’s Comments 1-15-19

      What They Lack in Size They Make Up For In Numbers After not seeing any pine siskins at our feeders for several weeks, today we were inundated by the little members of the finch family. If there was one on the feeder, there was at least a half dozen. Often there was not room …

  • Kip’s Comments 1-14-19

      Poppa’s Owl Our almost two-year old grandson is fascinated with owls. He and I often look at owl pictures, watch owl videos, and talk about owls. The little guy even carries a stuffed owl around, including to bed.      This past weekend Kristy found an owl with great price markdowns at a local …