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Mike Breqwer 17-Oct-2013 04:06
Joe: wonderful photographs and very helpful for Identification of birds. Thank You for your dedication and extraordinary work.
JeffeeArt4u 25-Jul-2013 23:05
Since you like herptology, you would like all the lizard photos I have of the Anolis Carolinensis. Watergardening brought them to my garden in the Tennessee, although they are found as far west as Oklahoma and TX, and only north to about TN, Native to the USA, Tropics and Subtropics...Enjoy visiting if you want to see plenty of garden art, GSMNP and Lizards. Lifelong artist and photographer.(Gourley Garden) ajoins the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in TN / USA.
Warren14-Feb-2010 15:59
What a great collection of images! Your snow-capped House Finch and Green Heron are wonderful! Keep up the good work.

Warren Williams
Max Traweek 28-Dec-2009 15:25
Joe -

I stumbled into your Website this morning (don't recall how I ended up there!) and immediately recognized the name. I thoroughly enjoyed browsing your photo gallery. Great photos! One correction though -- the "Emory Peak" BBNP shots are actually views of "Casa Grande," located at the edge of The Basin. Emory Peak is further up in the Chisos and just off the trail to Laguna Meadow. I've been making regular trips to my favorite park since retiring from Tex P&W two years ago. I was one of your helpers (the one with poor hearing) during your BCV surveys in and around the Kerr WMA a number of years back. Glad to see you're still active in the out-of-doors. Maybe I'll run into you in the future if you make additional trips to Big Bend NP.

Max Traweek
Vic Bell 22-Aug-2009 12:13
Very nice Joe! I didn't realize you were that into photography, but then it's hard to spend so much time outdoors without becoming interested in preserving the memories. You can see lots of my pics at http:// photobucket. com/vicbell The site wouldn't let me put in a hyperlink, so I had to put in a couple of blanks spaces. Many of them are wildflower pics from my 20 acres of woods in the foothills of the Appalachians in NE Alabama.
Bruce T 16-Apr-2009 04:39
Joe; Yes the photos of the bats used a infra-red trip. Difficult but a blast. Bruce
David Arbour29-Mar-2009 02:12

Very nice photos! Keep up the good work!

bwalbek28-Mar-2009 21:50

Thanks for visiting my page and for the feedback..glad I could help.
Excellent collection of fine wildlife photos!

Jim Arterburn14-Feb-2009 17:52

Nice start to your galleries. Glad to see that you finally got your site set up. Hope to see many more photos.

Jim Arterburn