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Wind River Canyon Blog     

     Imagine a beautiful golden canyon in a far-away land.  The Wind River Canyon, in the state of Wyoming, is one of the very few wild places that have remained relatively unspoiled by over-development.  The Wind River runs fast and clean, the junipers have berries that feed wild birds, wildflowers bloom, and over 100 species of birds fly in this magical Wind River Canyon.  Bighorn Sheep, Elk and Deer have all been seen from our cabin steps, and four species of hummingbirds come to nest and raise their young in the Wind River Canyon every Summer.      

     My Wind River Canyon Blog will be about my experiences with Mother Nature in the canyon's ecosystem, and the way in which I capture those magic moments with affordable equipment, cheap software and lots of serendipity.  I hope you enjoy the ride as much as my wife and I have.

"I want people to fall in love with Mother Nature, not wonder what happened to her." 


New Bighorn Sheep Ewes Video from Wyoming!

February 12, 2022
I didn't have any brand-new wildlife content for my Wind River Canyon Blog till Wednesday afternoon, when three Bighorn Sheep Ewes and one adorable yearling fell into my...
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A Spark of Creativity in the Middle of Winter

January 14, 2022
It's the middle-of-winter here in the Wind River Canyon, but you wouldn't know it from the very mild weather we've been having here in central Wyoming. The snowblower has...
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Sandhill Cranes Video from Wyoming shot with Canon M6 Mark 2

November 06, 2021
One of life's greatest pleasures is driving through the Wind River Canyon. As a resident of the canyon it's a beautiful excursion we sometimes take for granted. Three mor...
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Mountain Bluebirds with many Photographs

October 10, 2021
One of the most iconic birds of the American West is the diminutive and stunning Mountain Bluebird (Sialia currucoides), yet, very few people ever have a chance to observ...
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