Posts Tagged ‘baby’

Red Tails

News of a new blog post about photographing the stages of development of a family of Red-tailed Hawks in Colorado.

Babies of Spring

Wildlife baby photographic images by Barbara Magnuson and Larry Kimball

‘Child Seat’ (Titmouse Fledgling)

Buy this picture I recently found out my “Child Seat” image of this baby titmouse will be the ‘Final Frame’ shot in the 2013 April/May issue of National Wildlife Magazine. When I took this shot the baby was clumsily bopping around, so I had to keep my shutter-speed up. Still remember its awkward movements, it […]


Where’s the Grub

Baby mockingbirds demand food.

Sharing

Sometimes to get the best spot for sunning, you have to share. The baby gator seems to have gotten there first, but is sharing the log with the turtles. TrudieBell Website http://www.belloftheborders.photoshelter.com License this image http://www.belloftheborders.photoshelter.com/gallery-image/Fauna/G00005hid23vDHGw/I00006gT2C1k0Pvw Contact tdbell9520@comcast.net

Baby Gopher Tortoise, Gopherus polyphemus

The gopher tortoise can grow quite large. However, the babies can be held in a single hand. They excavate tiny burrows just like the adults. The gopher tortoise is a threatened species primarily due to habitat loss. They dig their burrows in sand hills that are also really great places to put housing developments. TrudieBell […]


Baby Diamondback Rattlesnake Sunning

As I was leaving a site, I came across this beautiful little snake sunning himself on the white sand road. He didn’t seem to mind me taking photos. Most rattlesnakes have calm dispositions and will go out of their way to avoid you when you are in the woods. They are also really excellent at […]