Wildlife Nature Photography Based Out of The High Desert of Oregon USA
Meet the Common Yellowthroat bird! Colorful little guy who stopped by the house for a visit!
Mule Deer is what you will commonly see here on this side of the Cascade Mountains here in Oregon. The Mule Deer are a big species of deer here in the USA and do blend right in with their surroundings.
It is the time of the year to see the young wildlife! The Ochoco Mountains is knows for the wildlife, big and small. Flying or running, or as you who have been following my photography for the years I have been doing this, the wildlife may just be grazing and/or resting.
The little nuthatch was captured with my camera just doing what Red-breasted Nuthatches do in a pine tree!
Meet the Scrub Jay that this article will be featuring! I ran across these images as I was in my archive on another project, however going through the series I just had to laugh and it might bring a smile your face as well?
I was down in the canyon, see the hawk photographs, when something caught my eye. The little guy made it obvious that I was being followed.
Meet the Turkey Vulture of North America. This is a graphic wildlife post. Please stop now if you do not like seeing wildlife feeding.
Meet some of the wild horses of the Ochoco Mountains! Over 40 years these wild horses have been roaming the Ochoco Mountains of Oregon!
This is the Painted Lady Butterfly. Several species of this butterfly, this is the species we have here at home. As you can see the Hollyhock is budding out and will flower later on in the season.