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The Perks of Living in Horse Country

One of the perks of living in Lexington, Ky. is that you’re in the “Horse Capital of the World.” Yes, we know that Ocala, Fla., has that same tagline, and the surrounding area of Fort Worth, Texas, could even be considered that as well, so perhaps we should say the “Original Horse Capital of the World.” 206 more words

Equine Chronicle

Tis the Season in Botswana: Chobe National Park

The onset of rainy season fires up wild animals. Mare and I board a boat with eight others for a safari cruise on the Chobe River, where Botswana be on the left, Namibia on the right. 382 more words

Zambezi River

Do robins really signal spring?

Two weeks ago I overheard two people in the grocery store commenting that spring must be here since they saw so many robins in their yards. 528 more words

Farm Owner's horse making centerfold news!

This month we were beyond excited to see that another horse has made centerfold headlines in the current issue of Horse Sport Magazine!  Brash a 2013 colt owned by Spencer Turnblacer, landed a huge centerfold in this month’s issue.   57 more words

Adroit at Keeping Two Mutually Attracted Coyotes Apart

Alpha Blocks Contact Between Younger Male and Female

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The video above begins with the alpha coyote running towards a beta female coyote who has suddenly appeared on the scene. 329 more words

Coyote Behavior

Great Blue Heron nest building

A humble beginning.

Perhaps these photo’s should have been posted before last weeks post but I thought better late than never so here we are at the humble beginnings of this seasons nest building with Great Blue Herons. 145 more words


Great Blue Heron love is in the air

It’s breeding season for Great Blue Herons and I’ve been photographing this pair since they began building their nest late last year. The eggs are laid and it shouldn’t be long before we have hatchlings. 84 more words