A barn swallow chick waits to be fed in a mud nest built against some wooden barn beams.
The earlier I hit the hiking trails, the more wildlife I see. It is definitely worth the effort!
A student at Green Chimneys has been wanting to make a documentary about their Dog Interaction Program for quite some time and the organization's Farm Manager was determined to make that happen for this young man. As the volunteer video editor, I feel privileged to be able to work with both of them on this very special project.
Here is the trailer:
I was observing some bullfrogs in a nearby pond when I turned around and saw this adorable eastern chipmunk perched on a stump enjoying a snack. Eastern chipmunks are the only chipmunks found in the state of Connecticut, according to the DEEP.
An early morning visitor enjoyed a stroll around the yard before heading back into the woods.
This African crowned eagle was one of many birds on display at the annual Birds of Prey Day event at Green Chimneys in Brewster, New York.
Perfect evening for a family night out on in the yard taking photos of the moon.
(5D Mark IV, EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM w/ Extender EF 1.4X III)
I recently made a trip to the Bronx Zoo in New York. It was a quick visit that was spent mostly in the World of Birds and the Northern Ponds (admiring the baby ducklings) but I did manage to take some photographs of the bears, lions, and African Wild Dogs. To view the photos, go to: http://www.sharoncuartero.com/p880872846