Red-tailed Hawk comes in for a closer look at a deer carcass. Red-tailed hawks have been seen hunting as a pair, guarding opposite sides of the same tree to catch tree squirrels. How cool is that? #cameratrap #nature #birdsofinstagram
A coyote checks out a dead deer in front of my camera trap in southern Washington. Did you know that 42% of a coyotes diet is made up of rodents? But like most omnivorous animals, they will take food wherever they find it.
A female blacktail deer passes by one of my trail cams during a snow storm in southern Washington. Blacktail deer typically spend their entire lives in areas that measure less than 3 square miles. #wildlife #wildlifephotography #blacktail
A scavenging raven triggers my camera trap in southern WA. Did you know that besides eating carrion, ravens are known to hunt? Teams of ravens have been known to hunt down game too large for a single bird. #cameratrap #wildlifephotography #nature
You know when you’re out checking your trail cameras and you drive until you can’t anymore, so you walk 6 miles there and back through deep powder? @carrie.cervantes and I take a rest to take in the sights. Pic: @printfaster #wildernessculture #staywild #getoutstayout