Bird of Paradise Flowers
Masai Giraffes with Calf
'Perplexed' - Gorilla Looking into Toy
Tropical Plant Leaf
10 Feet Up
Plastic bags are 'lighter than air' and find their way into tree tops as a result of being blown by the wind or floodwaters that deposit them there.
Unstoppable Force Meeting an Immoveable Object
Climate Change is real and the changes to our weather patterns and atmosphere are causing more extreme flood events like Hurricane Harvey. Unsustainable development patterns also create more flood risk.
Many communities are starting to ban the plastic bag to keep them out of their waterways and natural areas. Buy reusable grocery bags.
Full Moon in Winter of 2018
Jellyfish on Beach
Brown Pelicans in Flight
Office Collaboration Space
Collaboration space with daylight.
Easter Lily in Bloom
Golden Sunset - Rosemary Beach Florida
Lioness in Tall Grass
Float Planes at Dock - Alaska
Bear Lake & Hallett Peak - Rocky Mountain National Park
Pointe West Galveston Boardwalk
Snow covers a woody wetland in Texas
Reddish Egret (White Morph)
Wetland areas along the Gulf Coast not only provide valuable habitat for wildlife, they also help mitigate against storm surge and flooding.
Early Morning on West Bay
Estuarine sea grasses and marshes provide a valuable ecosystem service to mitigating against storm surge and flooding.
Footprints in the Sand
Juvinile Broad-Winged Hawk
'Taking Root' - Rocky Mountain National Park
Waterfall in Rocky Mountain National Park
The old and the new - New tree growth next to old tree stump in Rocky Mountain National Park
Moon Over Rocky Mountain National Park
Wyoming Ground Squirrel - Rocky Mountain National Park
Wyoming Ground Squirrel (Urocitellus elegans)
Hallett Peak - Rocky Mountain National Park
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