I am traveling again so because I am short on time to do up posts that will publish while I am away I thought I would do a sort of “throwback” to old posts that some of you might not have seen.

Today I am focusing on older posts that have wildlife in them starting with Loggerhead Turtles:

Female Loggerhead Turtle – Friday Photos

Female Loggerhead Turtle

At first I was so stunned that I wasn’t taking any images of the Loggerhead Turtle, I just stood there admiring this temporarily earthbound sea creature. She was so beautiful to me.

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Portrait of a Moose cow with Porcupine quills in her nose

Why a Moose should not Kiss a Porcupine

Why would a Moose kiss a Porcupine? I’m really not sure, perhaps this Moose cow was curious about a slow-moving Porcupine on the ground and got a touch too close.

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Close Encounter of the Snake Kind!

Close Encounter of the Snake Kind!

I was totally focused on the scenery in front of me as I walked between two gnarly old Junipers that might have been spaced about 12 feet apart and wasn’t watching my foot placement as closely as I should have been when I heard a very distinctive buzzing sound, it probably only took me 1/100th of a second to realize that I had walked too close to an extremely well camouflaged Rattlesnake.

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Red Fox kits

Red Fox kits

Red Foxes are not always red, but can be reds, brown and blacks, along with paler versions of those colors and the “silver fox” that has dark fur with silvery guard hairs.

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I hope that you enjoy these wildlife posts from the past.

Mia