Otters in real life are not cute. Oh, they may be playful on Wild Kingdom. But in real life, these things a big bruisers who look like they could put a hurtin' on you if you tangled with one. This guy was diving and catching big crayfish and eating them whole.
Frogs out in force.
A Great Blue Heron and a couple of Egrets
This message has been edited. Last edited by: Micropterus,
thanks for sharing
Nice pics. Thanks for posting.
Yes, thanks for posting these great shots. A pleasure to see.
Great photos. Thank you for sharing.
God bless America.
As always great pics. The Bullfrog and the Leopard frog are the two most common frogs L've seen in this area.
Those bullfrogs can get ridiculously huge. There used to be tons of them at Botanical gardens.
Some new photos from yesterday.
This is the sign that marks Bear Road. The bears don't seem to have a problem vandalizing it. Nor do poachers.
Some friendly wildlife, including a shy Mud Turtle.
Some of the flora.
I like this old hunter's shack.
|No, not like |
So bears don't crap in the woods, they do it in the pasture. Cool pics
“I owe my success to having listened respectfully to the very best advice, and then going away and doing the exact opposite.”
And on the road. Enormous turds. You can see them from 100 yards away more.
Bears play in the cool of a heavy rain
Mamma with three cubs the size of pomeranians
|Throwin sparks |
I've already spent a lot of time there this year. I spent more time on Thursday. It was incredibly hot and humid. The bears must have felt it, too. I only saw one, a bear 2 or 3 years old.
Looking down Bear Rd. The road where I had my up close encounter with a 500-600 lb bear.
Looking northwest up Milltail Creek. No alligators seen.
I found this PBS video on Alligator River NWR.
If anyone visits the Outer Banks (OBX) and wants to take a tour, let me know and I'll share some sweet spots with you.
|Powered by Social Strata|