Autumn Check-in

A whitetail crosses the Meramec River, flag up, after being chased into the water by an ornery coyote.

It has been a little while since I checked in but I’ve been sharing images from my morning outings almost daily on my public Facebook page, also called Nature Frames. As you can see from the featured image, taken Sunday morning, the colors are finally starting to pop around Missouri. I plan to do some shooting in the Ozarks this week and then on to northern Arkansas to hike the Goat Trail this weekend. I believe the colors along the Buffalo River should be almost prime by the end of the week.

I’m all finished with presentations for the rest of this year and they have all went very well. I loved seeing some of you at my Bird Nerd talk at the Bryan Haynes Gallery and also at my presentation at the Inland Bird Banding Conference in St. Louis. I really love sharing my images and stories whenever I can.

I hope all of you get a chance to go outside this week and revel at Missouri’s colorful palette before it is too late. Fall came fast and late this year and won’t last long.

Thanks for looking,


Email:  Natureframes@Rocketmail.Com


On November 6, I will vote for candidates who do not see the environment as an obstacle to their personal gain.


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