No Feathers, Just Yet

This young Indian, most likely from a northern plains tribe such as the Mandan, or Arikara, has already started to...

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Mountain Marauders

Black Billed Magpie (pica hudsonia) Anyone travelling in the Rocky Mountains is familiar with this large, loud,...

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Shadow World

Ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) This small, beautifully marked jungle cat is also known as a “Dwarf Leopard” even...

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That’s My Feeder!!

Rufous Hummingbird (selasphorus rufus) Almost anyone who has ever hung out a hummingbird feeder has found that in...

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The Aggressor

Mustang/Cayuse (American Wild Horse) Wild horse stallions can be unpredictable and highly aggressive in protecting...

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Evening Eyes

Barn Owl (tyto alba) This medium sized owl with long rounded wings, long slim legs, a heart shaped face, no ear...

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The Shaman

Every Native American tribe had a Shaman, or Medicine Man, found within the their hierarchy serving as healers,...

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The Race Is To The Swift….. (Blue Mesa Baby)

Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) In May and early June, across the western plains and basins of the North...

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No more come the Buffalo

The Blackfoot Indians were nomadic Bison hunters that roamed much of the northwestern plains of North America....

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