Photo by @IngoArndtPhotography / The subspecies of brown bears found along the southern Alaskan coast are the largest of all brown bears. Males can weight over 1.000 pounds. They grow this big because of the rich food in their habitat. Sedge grass, lots of clams and of course salmon. The coastal brown bear in this picture catched a salmon one early morning. Only seconds later another bear was chasing him to get his fish. He ran away with the salmon in his mouth, in full speed exactly in my direction - what a perfect and exciting situation!
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Monday coming in fast🤕
Amazing capture from @mithunhphotography who has been following this leopard and how he’s held his territory down throughout the years.
The beautiful barred pattern of the Barred Owl becomes even more striking when it spreads out its wings and tail. 🦉⠀
Thanks to Scott Suriano (@sasphotography67) for this week's #AudubonTakeover photos.⠀
Congratulations to my friend and dive buddy @hamiltonunderwater on the release of his book ‘Call of the Blue’ which was five years in the making! Give him a follow and look out for his book, which is full of incredible ocean images and conservation stories from around the world. Here he is in the Azores in 8 ft seas photographing a young sea turtle. #CalloftheBlue#oceanconservation
@jettrocky 🐿 this precious little wildchild was hiding nuggets in this little patch. there's plenty of trees and fields surrounding this area, and a lot of squirrels in the neighborhoods.
She was so precious and tugged at my Heartstrings that I forgotten my own rule - not to get close to wild life, it's for their own safety not to trust us.
But I suppose she's used to people from shopping traffic.
The Grey Fox, we caught one of these stealth guys underneath my hammock at night in the Valley sniffing at Rocky while he was sleeping. Shout out to @biolite, if I didn’t have the base lantern on my hammock we would have never seen the fox lurking. Pro tip, put a light on your dogs at night for visibility.
🌱☀️🌞 We have been enjoying the Autumnal Sunshine during the last two Monday's sessions + we have thinned lots of spring onions, leeks and cabbages in the raised beds - with our new 'trowels of triumph' - so called by the volunteers! .