The herd has eaten the Himalayan balsam in the South Riverside Entrance Section, and it’s now time to move on. This evening, I led the cattle into the South Riverside Pasture on the first part of their mile-long journey north to Falling Sands Nature Area.
Many of my Wilden Marsh fox cub images are shot in low light conditions, the action taking place in shade conditions under tree cover, usually in the evenings. I am often perched on a swing seat up in a tree under camouflage netting. My reward for numbness is watching Red Dog and his vixen delivering food to the den for the cubs. Foxes rarely cooperate with photographers in the wild when they know they are being watched.