There are too many photos and stories from yesterday to rush this tale, which I don’t have time at the moment to honor properly – but here are a few teaser photos until I do. Honestly, books could be written about what is found in any few square feet of space in places like Abbott’s Lagoon. The richness and density and variety of life in this area, along with many friendly substrates that record so much of it to see afterward, is just such a gift.
The above picture is of a Great-Horned Owl landing spot in sand – you can see where it landed, and in the foreground is the imprint of its wing feathers in the sand. You can also see the trail of it walking away, out of the frame to the top left of the picture … a trail of about 15 feet, where it took to the air again.
Black-Tailed Mule Deer Buck
Bobcat tracks in algae/sediment
Love the pix, Zach! Thanks for sharing! Keep ’em coming….please.
December 4, 2013 at 2:17 pm
Nice. I wish I was there!
December 4, 2013 at 3:45 pm
Wow, Zach that is some incredible stuff. That Great-horned Owl stuff is flippin’ crazy. You my friend are a bad ass, nice work brother. Love you.
We have a Lynch Raptor run this weekend I have some stuff for you, can you make it? Sunday the
December 4, 2013 at 7:40 pm