Tag Archives: wildlife photography

Wildlife Tracking: The Elusive Bobcat

Posted on by Kathie Fife

Just a few days ago I crossed paths with the tracks of the snowshoe hare.  It was a nice surprise to see that a bobcat had traveled through the same area within the last 24 hours.               Bobcat tracks in the snow I followed the tracks for a short distance wondering if I would find […]

Wildlife Tracking: Snowshoe Hare

Posted on by Kathie Fife

Wildlife tracking is one of my favorite activities in the winter. The tracks in the snow tell us stories about wildlife that have visited an area, and what they eating, where they are sleeping, and sometimes if you are lucky, you can find the precise moments where the circle of life has occurred when one […]

Hawk Watch at Carter Hill with NH Audubon

Posted on by Kathie Fife

Update 09-14:  Please stop by the NH Audubon, McLane Center in Concord through October 23rd to view my art exhibit, and my new book, “Nature Journal – Exploring the New Hampshire Audubon Wildlife Sanctuaries”.  The show and book includes images from Hawk Watch, as well as nine other NH Audubon properties large panoramic views, macro […]

Why I always have a camera with me

Posted on by Kathie Fife

I always have a camera with me.  In a previous post “Is the iPhone as good as a Pro Level DSLR” I talked about this difference between capturing the moment with professional gear versus an iPhone. In this case, I was glad I had my phone with me. I had just stepped out of my […]

American Mink – Fishing on Thin Ice

Posted on by Kathie Fife

I think one of the best things about nature photography is that you never know what you will see when you go out for the day. [I apologize for the large gap between the slideshow and text below. I’m working on trying to fix it – thanks for your patience] Today was a very cold […]

Part II: Thanksgiving Day Migration Feast

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A Feast to Lift the Spirits What a Thanksgiving 2012 turned out to be! On Thanksgiving Eve I wrote a blog post about how blue birds (Thanksgiving Eve Migration Feast) had visited my back yard. Thanksgiving day brought even more wonderful wildlife encounters — rare sighting of Pine Grosbeaks. Actually, I almost missed seeing them. […]