Cayuse

"Cayuse" aside from being the name of an indian tribe from the Pacifiic Northwest, it's also a slang, cowboy term,...

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Vantage Point

Canadian Lynx (Lynx Canadensis) Some five miles to the south of Lake City, Colorado there’s a trail head for a...

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Bluebill

The Greater Scaup (Aythya marila) The Greater Scaup, or as it’s more readily known…”Bluebill” a...

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The Tapadero’s and the Barn Swallow

Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica) While thinking of areas to visit in search for reference, I came across some...

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Starter Home…One Room Western Style

Western Bluebird (Sialia mexicana) The Western Bluebird is monogamous. The male normally finds its partner while...

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The Mind is Shoreless and Still

Wood Duck (aix sponsa) Originally this piece was done as an entry for the 2010 Federal Duck Stamp contest,...

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Lucero’s Saddle

Stellars Jay (Cyanocitta stelleri) The Stellars Jay is native to western North America closely related to the Blue...

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An Unexpected Spot

Appaloosa Foal Whether in the wild, or in a more domesticated setting, young animals are similar in their actions...

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High Country Kestrel

Sparrow Falcon (falco sparvaius) The American Kestral, also known as a “Sparrow Hawk” or “Mouse Hawk“ is...

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