Langur monkey mother and baby displaying closeness in Vadodara, India
Buffaloes and cows are essential animals in rural India as they provide fresh milk, readily available close to home
A couple of cows on a rural Indian farm look at the photographer as if posing
It is not unusual to see cows blocking the path even on a well-traveled road in rural India
An egret finds a resting spot on a buffalo calf in rural India
The eyes and horns of these bullocks seem to be intertwined at a rural farm in India
Goats at this Indian abode seem to be a source of pride as they are on display by the main road
It is typical to see goats and cows on rural farms in India
Established trees in rural India provide shelter for not only people, but also farm animals
Birds and sheep together in the English countryside …….
One of the venomous snakes of Florida is the Cottonmouth, a close relative of the copperhead, also known as the water moccasin.
Need to watch out for the alligators hiding in the swamps of Florida
If you aren’t careful, you could almost walk into a baby alligator hiding in the Florida marshes
More than a million alligators live throughout Florida, though the species remains listed as an endangered species because it closely resembles the endangered American crocodile. Both crocodiles and alligators evolved from a common ancestor with dinosaurs.
One doesn’t expect to see giraffes in Sydney, but they are present at Taronga Zoo.
Taronga Zoo is a Sydney zoo within a 15-minute ferry ride from Circular Quay in Sydney, Australia and is located on the shores of Sydney Harbor. Opened in 1916, with spectacular views of Sydney, the zoo houses almost 4,000 animals including many native Australian ones and exotic species. Image circa 1987.
There are few experiences quite as thrilling as seeing the wild Spanish Mustangs roaming freely on the beautiful sandy beaches of North Carolina’s Outer Banks. Known as the Spanish Mustangs of Corolla, these stunning horses have roamed this harsh and unforgiving land for almost 500 years. Yet, despite the obvious obstacles they face and the seemingly sparse supply of food, they have thrived here since they first arrived with the Spanish explorers of the early 16th century.
Due to the cold weather the mustangs didn’t venture on to the beach, so we had to settle on seeing them on the dunes.
An egret gives company to a wild Spanish mustang at Corolla, North Carolina
An egret riding a wild Spanish mustang at Corolla, North Carolina
Possibly the most celebrated among North Carolina’s wild horses are the Spanish mustangs of Corolla. These rugged and hardy wild horses are proven to be descendants of the Spanish mustangs brought to the New World by explorers and colonists as long ago as the early 1500’s. Admirers come to Corolla and Currituck in droves to marvel at these magnificent mustangs that run free in the eleven-mile long remote area bounded on the East by the Atlantic Ocean, on the West by Currituck Sound, and on the North and South by fences that stretch from ocean to sound.
It is interesting to see these mustangs between homes on the beach.
Elk resting in Smoky Mountains National Park on a cloudy day
Sighting of a black bear on the side of Skyline Drive at Shenandoah National Park.
One of the many highlights of visiting Shenandoah National Park is the opportunity to observe and photograph wildlife – white-tailed deer, a wide variety of birds, and butterflies, and, with some frequency, black bears. Black bears estimated in a few hundreds are the only species of bear found in Shenandoah National Park.