Interesting Nature Facts #35 – Moab Desert

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Interesting Nature Facts #35 – Moab Desert

Moab Desert! Welcome to the next installment of a new series of nature photos that will be short & sweet, and all about the native and naturalized wildlife that is all around us with just one or two interesting nature facts that you might not know about. If you want to find out even more,

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Desert Bighorn Sheep Galore!!!!

I was hiking through the hills in Southern Utah in April when in the early evening I came upon a large band of about thirty individual desert bighorn sheep, including other rams, ewes, and lambs. It took me many hours of stalking and staying put to get this close for these images. After a lot of

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Double Arch, Moab Desert, Utah – Ancient America

This is my second entry into my new series, Ancient America which features a minimalistic, raw and unpolished look at black and white landscape photography from around North America from the viewpoint of what it would have looked like before people arrived.  Double Arch, Moab Desert, Utah Double Arch is found in Arches National Park in

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A Herd Apart – The Wild Bison of Antelope Island

Just outside of the city limits of Salt Lake City, Utah – on the Great Salt Lake is a remarkable mountainous island called Antelope Island. Also a state park, this island has a wonderful natural history along with a very interesting habitat and diversity of wildlife. In order to keep this post short and sweet,

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Leapin’ Lizards! Updates!

Quick post today to announce a small but important update to the North American Nature Photography galleries. Over the past decade, I’ve been collecting so many new images of native lizards in their natural environments all over the continent, that I have expanded the single lizard gallery into five (same as I did last year

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