My image of a wet feathered bird from Hurricane Harvey was published for a story about wildlife rescue from Hakai Magazine.
My image from Caddo Lake State Park, On A Starry Night – A Portrait of a Bald Cypress Tree, was published in the October issue of Texas Parks and Wildlife Magazine
When we were stuck at home in Houston hearing Tropical Storm Harvey’s abusive rain and wind from outside for several days, many birds were taking shelter in our large trees in our front yard.
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Every year in the spring, we have a few fledglings (young birds that have grown their flight feathers to make the first flight) on their flight lessons in our yard. What many people do not know when they find feathered young birds on the ground is that it’s possible that they are not orphaned birds.