Troutbirder: Stories Past and Present of The Nature Loving Life
Beautiful! From the looks of his ears, that rabbit looks like he could fly!
Was that one of those hard-to-find jackalopes in front of the cacti?All the better to hear you, my dear.
wow! these are great! love that hare!
Fun to see these amazing plants!
It looks like a beautiful area even if it is in the desert. I had to look twice to see those rabbit ears.
Wonderful shots, TB! I love the perspective you chose with each subject.
Very beautiful place. I love cacti. And a Burrowing Owl! Is that a Black-tailed or Antelope Jackrabbit? Great pix.Sorry if this posts twice.
Those are some ears on that Rabbit! Great photos..it looks warm there:)
Awesome pics--hang around awhile and the jackrabbit & owl might tell a story!
Amazing that the desert can be so pretty. I'd like to see it in person.
That cute little bird is banded. I wonder where he's lived before the desert?
I noticed the bird jewelry also. That bird had some 'splaining to do when he got home.I just visited New Mexico, just trying to get pics like this. And failing. My fault, not the state's...
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I'm thinking you might have been near Tucson? When did you go? Recently? I cannot believe you got that jack rabbit's photo! I love visiting Arizona. :-)
You've gotten some wonderful pictures. That jack rabbit is something else, although I really like the barrel cactus.
That hare with the large ears is hilarious. I wonder if the owl got him at some later date. Very neat photos!
Great photographs. I almost expected to see The Lone Ranger come riding through.
Oh my stars! Those are the longest bunny ears - cute!xo Catherine
Kia ora TB, Being a big fan of Edward Abbey these places strike a chord as well. Just read a story in the Mpls. paper about a couple guys deer hunting by canoe. Very cool. Cheers,Robb
Beautiful shots - I love the desert Southwest. That burrowing owl looks like he's been banded.
Gorgeous photos! I do love desert wildflowers. My son lives in New Mexico and we saw the spring wildflowers. Lovely.