Guardian of the Pacific - One of the largest sea stacks off the Southern Oregon coastline, this pillar of rock stands almost as a lookout to the changing waves of the Pacific Ocean as they crash into the coastline of Samuel H Boardman State Park. If you've never been here it is quite an adventure to find this location, there's a "hidden" but not really much of a secret trail that friends and I "found" when we shot here in May 2015. Feeling unsatisfied with the sunset of that night, I knew…
Irish hares can only be found in Ireland but are a subspecies of the Mountain Hare. They prefer undisturbed grassland and while active mainly at night, they can be seen in early morning or at dusk in springtime when the grass is still short.
*Bunnies are one of the most frequently “kidnapped” mammal species. *Mothers dig a very shallow nest in the ground that is easily uncovered when mowing or raking the yard. If you find a rabbit nest-leave it alone!! *Mother rabbits only return to the nest two or three times a day, usually before dawn and right after dusk. *To determine if they are orphaned, either place a string across the nest in...See More
**Hypsilurus boydii (Boyd's Forest Dragon) is only in the rainforests of northern Queensland, Australia. It has very enlarged cheek scales, a prominent crest, and a yellow dewlap under its chin. It spends the majority of its time perched on the trunks of trees, usually at around head height. It typically commence activity at dawn and cease activity at dusk, remaining active even when it rains.