Category Archives: Alligators

Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge: Skillern Tract

I did take my trip to Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge.  Specifically I went to the Skillern Tract part of the refuge.  I can’t recommend this part of the wildlife refuge highly enough.  It is awesome!  From what I read, it’s still relatively unknown among birders, but that probably won’t last for long.  I actually went […]

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The Birds Of Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge

Had a great day today visiting Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge with Leecy.  We saw lots of birds, but getting great pictures of them is another story. We started off at dawn, and there was this Heron silhouetted against the water. I love taking (or trying to take) pictures of raptors, like Hawks and Harriers.  What […]

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Brazos Bend: Nothing But Gators

I intended to visit Brazos Bend State Park to take some pictures of the birds and wildlife.  Little did I know the place would be full of American Alligators. I started off seeing some gators swimming through the water. The gator below seemed content to warm up while in the water. Then as I’m walking […]

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Brazos Bend State Park Field Trip

I took a field trip to Brazos Bend State Park on Saturday (the day after it snowed).  It was only 25 degrees when I got out there, but I was dressed in full, warm, camouflage.  I got there early, before 7 am.  I started off at Elm Lake, although I was supposed to meet the […]

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Big Ass Gator At Sheldon Reservoir

Leecy and I both got up early to venture out to Sheldon Reservoir.  I actually did the fishing, and Leecy took the pictures. As I’m casting out my line, Leecy yells “There’s a gator!” As I peer through my camera lens, sure enough, there was a huge Alligator just crawling out on the shore on […]

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