The young Burrowing Owls I have been following and photographing are growing up but many of them still stay close to the burrows they hatched in.
I am seeing more and more Wilson's Phalaropes at Bear River National Wildlife Refuge and the majority of the birds I see are hatch year birds.
This coming Saturday, August 8, 2015, is the date 0f the annual Spider Festival on Antelope Island State Park and there should be plenty of spiders to be seen, almost a bumper crop of them!
I was in far northern Utah yesterday and saw the hawks I expected to see but finding this Great Horned Owl was a bit of a surprise since I wasn't looking for Great Horned Owls.
If this Coyote could talk I wonder what she would say? Please feel free to add a caption in the comments!
So even though I didn't come home with many Burrowing Owls images yesterday these Western Kingbird images more than made up for it!
I started my morning yesterday on Antelope Island State Park with a mated pair of singing Song Dogs.
I don't often have the opportunity to photograph juvenile Lark Sparrows so I jumped at the chance last Saturday when I saw this one on Antelope Island State Park.