While watching a nice herd of mule deer one young Doe stood out and she was all ears and eyes. Morrison, CO.
This wasn’t the biggest iceberg in the pond but boy oh boy the evening light sure made it special. Photographed while kayaking in Sermilik Fjord, East Greenland, August 2013.
A young elk looks up from feeding on a quiet winter day.
A mutual hello and we’re on our way.
Standing tall, our trusty winter companion named Bunn, a Mountain Cottontail (Sylvilagus nuttallii), scans the surroundings for hints danger or perhaps where to head for her next meal. Bunn typically spends her day feeding on the shrubs nearby or just sitting perched upon a high snow mound.
Sumac buds busting out to meet the sun after a light dusting of snow the previous evening. Today it feels like spring is here to stay.
These guys always seem so alert and on patrol. Furthermore, they look pretty darn tough. That said, they are one of the more skittish ducks on the ponds and getting close is always a challenge.