American Robin Welcomes Spring
Ducks in the Water
Inviting an Eastern Bluebird to reside in your backyard is as easy as adding the right birdhouse, facing in the right direction, in your yard. Here is the review of the proper Eastern Bluebird house, along with instructions on where and how to place the birdhouse: Wooden Birdhouse for Eastern Bluebirds Reviewed
Young Lion Couple
You an Read the Facts on African Lions and see more photos by visiting Amazing-Wild-Animals.com
Brown Thrasher Basking in the Sun
I feel quite honored to have the Brown Thrasher family once again residing in our backyard this year. They are always such delightful guests.
The Backyard Bunny
In spite of our dogs, we have a few wild bunnies who have taken up residence in our backyard. It is always exciting to see one out. Normally, by the time I have gone back inside and grabbed my camera, the bunny has hopped away, taking shelter in our nearby bushes. This particular bunny has gotten very comfortable with our dogs coming out in the evening and he will stand perfectly still unless one of the dogs approaches him. The pups have gotten used to the bunny as well and rarely give him any attention.
One night in February, I happened to step out with the dogs and saw the bunny. He actually waited for me to get my camera and snap a shot this time. It is still very exciting to see either of the bunnies out, but even more exciting to be able to capture a photo.
A Close-up look at Tigers!
Did you know that no two tigers have the exact same stripe pattern? Just like finger prints, they are unique to each tiger.
Find out more interesting facts about Bengal Tigers by clicking this link to the Amazing Wild Animals website.
A Close-up look at Cheetahs!
Squirrel in Fall Leaves
The Barred Owl
The Beautiful Barred Owl
This beautiful Barred Owl may look like he is winking at you, but in fact, he is blind in one eye. Fortunately for him, the rangers at Chickasaw State Park found the injured owl. They saved his life by taking him under their “protective wing”. He now resides in a protected outdoor enclosure on the park premises.
A huge thanks to the men and women who care for this gorgeous Barred Owl!
Hiding in Plain Sight Kitty
A Close-up look at the baby kitty in the photo!
The Sleeping Red Panda
A Close-up look at the Red Panda!
The Resting Grizzly Bear
A Close-up look at the Grizzly Bear!
A Close-up look at the Panda!
This Photo has been featured on The Memphis Zoo
The Poison Dart Frog
A Close-up look at the Poison Dart Frog!
The Feature Cheetah Photo
A Close-up look at the Cheetah!
You can read more about cheetahs and hear their fascinating “chirp” here: Hangin’ With Cheetahs
This Photo is Available on posters, canvas, iPhone or iPad Cover for Purchase Here: Sitting Cheetah