Elevenmile Reservoir Photographed By Sara Turbyfill At Eleven Mile State Park.

Eleven Mile State Park: Wildlife Watching in the Rocky Mountains

Photography, Travel, Wildlife Watching

Wildlife Watching at Eleven Mile State Park

Eleven Mile State Park is located within the Rocky Mountains, about an hour and a half from Colorado Springs. As its name suggests, the park rests 11 miles from the town of Lake George. The Elevenmile Canyon Reservoir runs through the park, providing countless fishing opportunities. In addition, people visit this state park to enjoy a wide range of activities, including camping, hiking, kayaking, and photography.

Pawnee National Buttes Photographed By Sara Turbyfill In The Eastern Plains Of Colorado.

Pawnee National Grassland: Photograph the Pawnee Buttes, Pronghorn, and Wildflowers

Photography, Travel, Wildlife Watching

Nature Photography at Pawnee National Grassland

Pawnee National Grassland is an excellent place for photography in the Eastern Plains of Colorado. The national grassland is in Ault, which is approximately 2 hours from downtown Denver. Although the Pawnee Buttes are the main attraction at the grassland, there are innumerable opportunities for nature photography.

Palo Duro Canyon State Park Scenery Photographed By Sara Turbyfill Near Amarillo, Texas.

Palo Duro Canyon State Park: Explore the Grand Canyon of Texas

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The Grand Canyon of Texas

Palo Duro Canyon is the second largest canyon in the United States and is commonly referred to as the Grand Canyon of Texas. The canyon stretches approximately 120 miles long and has an average width of 6 miles. Visitors can access the canyon by visiting Palo Duro Canyon State Park, which is 30 minutes from downtown Amarillo, TX.

Sabal Minor Dwarf Palmetto Photographed By Sara Turbyfill At Huntsville State Park.

Huntsville State Park: Barn Swallows and Pileated Woodpeckers Flourish in This Forest

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Huntsville State Park Birds

Huntsville State Park is located an hour north of downtown Houston, TX. The park encompasses more than 2,000 acres and is mostly covered in a dense forest of pine trees. Visitors can enjoy an array of activities, including camping, fishing, kayaking, swimming, and wildlife photography.

Green Jay Photographed By Sara Turbyfill At Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge In Texas.

Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge: A Sanctuary for the Elusive Ocelot and Hundreds of Bird Species

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Wildlife of Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge

Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge is located in Los Fresnos, Texas, which is about 30 minutes from South Padre Island. The wildlife refuge is famous because it is one of the last designated conservation areas for the ocelot in the United States. Although ocelots frequent the park, visitors rarely have the chance to see these little leopards.

Peacock Photographed By Sara Turbyfill At Mayfield Park And Nature Preserve.

Mayfield Park and Nature Preserve: Dozens of Peafowl Reside at This Historic Nature Park

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Historic Mayfield Park and Nature Preserve

Mayfield Park and Nature Preserve is located 10 minutes from downtown Austin, Texas. This nature preserve consists of 21 acres and includes a historic cottage, water lily ponds, and beautiful gardens. Do to its natural beauty, the park is often used to celebrate special events, such as weddings and business conferences.

Coral Bean Plant Photographed By Sara Turbyfill At Aransas National Wildlife Refuge.

Aransas National Wildlife Refuge: A Safe Haven for the Endangered Whooping Crane and Other Texas Wildlife

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Aransas National Wildlife Refuge in Texas

The Aransas National Wildlife Refuge is located in Austwell, Texas and encompasses more than a hundred thousand acres. This sanctuary is a safe haven for innumerable species of birds, mammals, reptiles, and other animals. The national wildlife refuge is a crucial component to the American wildlife conservation movement and the survival of the endangered whooping crane.

Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge By Sara Turbyfill.

Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge: A Hidden Gem Found in the Lower Rio Grande Valley

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Explore Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge

Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge is one of the best kept secrets in Texas. This wildlife refuge is tucked away in the city of Alamo, near the border of Mexico and the United States. In fact, the Rio Grande runs along the southern border of the sanctuary.

Galveston Island By Sara Turbyfill.

Galveston Island: A Birder’s Paradise on the Gulf Coast

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Birds of Galveston Island

Galveston Island is located on the Texas Gulf Coast, approximately fifty miles from downtown Houston. The island is famous for many reasons, including deep sea fishing, Moody Gardens, historic architecture, and the infinite seawall. However, photographers and wildlife lovers visit this coastal city to see the birds of Galveston Island.

Houston Audubon Raptor Photography Shoot By Sara Turbyfill.

Raptor Photography Shoot Hosted by the Houston Audubon: Photograph Hawks, Falcons, and Owls

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Houston Audubon Raptor Photography Shoot

Throughout the year, the Houston Audubon Raptor and Education Center hosts numerous Raptor Photography Shoots. This program is geared towards adults and provides individuals with the chance to photograph hawks, falcons, and owls up close. However, it’s important to note that the location of upcoming photo shoots may vary. Be sure to check the Houston Audubon website before signing up.