Well, it is that time of the year. The Greater Sage-Grouse should be displaying on their leks, the White-tailed Prairie Dogs should be coming out of the burrows and flocks of Sandhill Cranes are already making their way north to their breeding ground.
I don’t always know what birds or animals I will see when I head out to photograph but in Utah one thing that I know is rock solid is the 100% chance of seeing and photographing some of the most stunning scenery in the world.
Which is why it is extremely important to keep those public lands in PUBLIC hands and away from the lawmakers hands on Capitol Hill and their cronies who want to destroy it. Don’t believe them when they say that the lands will stay public because that is definitely NOT true. We need to stop them. We need to be the sentries that protect our public lands.
I am heading out today for a short trip to look for Greater Sage-Grouse, White-tailed Prairie Dogs and the other birds and animals that call the sagebrush steppe their home.
Life is good.
I will try to post from the road but if my connection to the internet is bad it might not happen.