I’ve never been more excited and passionate about what I do. In the last two months, I’ve spent time with Wild Mustangs in eastern Oregon and Northern Spotted Owls in the Old Growth forests of the Cascades. Black Bears and Great Horned Owls too. I’ve also been working on something new: ‘camera trapping’. Oftentimes, I feel like I’m living in my own National Geographic special.
This video explains my newest camera trap set up. It’s been up for less than a week and I’m already seeing some great results. There are Black Bears, Bobcats, Coyotes, Gray Fox, Blacktail Deer, Wild Turkey, Coopers Hawks and who knows what else in the area. I hope the suspense is killing you. I know it’s killing me. Camera trapping has reignited my love for wildlife and wildlife photography in ways I never thought possible.
Going forward, this blog is going to have the most details, thoughts, photos, videos, etc. about what I do. I plan on continuing to post some things on FB and IG, but beginning to resent the way they control everything I do and what my audience sees.