Northern Cardinal at the feeders in a snow storm
Abandoned farm buildings and an active hunting shelter
Deer foraging in the corn stubble, a common scene in late afternoon
A matriarch defending her discovery of waste grain
Doe and fawn foraging in a sheltered willow bottom
Mature Bald Eagle, just before dark, in the rain
The resident Red Squirrel with a not-so-red tail
Thinking of warmer days, fake bugs drifting drag-free, and hungry trout
Roots of a centuries-old maple tree, undercut by spring water
Photos by NB Hunter. © All Rights Reserved.
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Certain that the arrival of cold, wind and snow would lead to sightings of migrating snow geese in fields, I’ve kept a watchful eye on proven habitats: harvested corn fields. Crows, Canada geese and barren landscapes have been the rule; no snow geese to date.
Crows in the stubble
Wild Canada geese on a dairy farm
Pasture tree in a storm
Photos by NB Hunter. ©All Rights Reserved.