This is the same Eastern Grey Squirrel pictured in my post
As I sat in my backyard, photographing birds, this squirrel noticed me. It kept creeping closer and closer, trying to decide if I was a threat.
In the early morning hours late last summer I witnessed a small herd of deer drinking from the river and watched from a distance as they began their day.
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This chipmunk was scurrying among the rocks of the Firehole River in Yellowstone National Park. It stopped on a nice sunny rock long enough for me to take this photo.
This black bear slowly wandered through a meadow while we watched it from a safe distance. I wish the lighting had been better but that’s one of the challenges of wildlife photography.
Pronghorn are said to be the second fastest animal on land. We were lucky enough to find a small herd of them during our visit to Yellowstone National Park and this one was practically showing off for us.