Posted on February 24, 2011 by Bob Berwyn
Feathers and fur …
A leopard seal looks up lazily from his ice floe in the Weddell Sea. Click on the image for more.
SUMMIT COUNTY — I’m not a wildlife photographer, but every now and then, an animal runs in front of the lens near enough that I can get a decent snapshot, or I’m lucky enough to visit a spot where it’s hard to not take a good picture of wildlife. So along with some images from other photographers, I’ve compiled a visual menagerie. Each one has a story, and as you can guess, those stories are conservation oriented. Click on the pictures to learn more and visit the Summit Voice Flickr photostream.
A chinstrap penguin on Deception Island. Click for more ...
Bighorn sheep cross the highway near Arapahoe Basin ski area.
A sage grouse puffed up for the ritual mating dance. PHOTO COURTESY USGS. Click on the image to learn more about sage grouse conservation issues in Colorado.
Urban wildlife in Summit County includes plenty of foxes. PHOTO BY DYLAN BERWYN.
Magpies could be Summit County's most ubiquitous birds. Click on the photo to see a few more feathered friends from the area.
Lynx are making comeback in Colorado with some help from the Colorado Division of Wildlife. PHOTO COURTESY TANYA SHENK AND CDOW. Click on the photo to learn more about lynx conservation in Colorado.
In flight ...
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