All the photos you see on this website are my own.
It takes a lot of quiet time – hiking the trails, paddling the lake, sitting behind a bush, or even climbing a tree, to find the wildlife I love to write about.
And once I do, I might sit there for an hour or two,
snapping hundreds of images,
hoping for the perfect capture.
Of those hundreds of pictures, I may get 6 to 10 great photos. But I gain so much more than that, because monitoring the wildlife is how I research to create stories that are realistic and true ~
So readers like you can feel as if they’re on the lake and trails with Cooper, Packrat and I.
Below are some of my favorite photos. Please don’t copy to share or post without permission. But teachers, please feel free to show them to your students! There are many, many more on my blog. Most of these I use in my presentations as well.
Nesting Loon 2015 (c) Tamra Wight
Loon and Two Week Old Chick 2015
Loon Family 2015
Wings Open Wide
Eagle Nest Approximately 700 lbs
Bringing Sticks To Add To Nest
Rearranging the Nest
Eagle In Flight
Fox Kit Watching Me, Watching Him
Fox Kits Wrestling
Fox Kit noticing me
Fox Kit during it’s first weeks
Black Bear Named Red
Full Moon Rising Over The Eagle’s Nest
An Adult Fox on my front lawn
The Adult Eagles 2017 – one chick hatched
Barred Owl 2017
Loon and 5 week old chick
Black Bear – Maine Wildlife Park
Loon and Chick
Loon and chick – 2016
Loon and chick at feeding time – 2016
Black Bear at the Maine Wildlife Park
Sun Rise Over The Lake
Pelican – Sanibel Island
Pelican with Lunch – Sanibel Island
Pelican and Seagull – Sanibel Island