Spectrogram (plot of frequency vs. time) of a western meadowlark (Sturnella neglecta). Recorded at 10:04 AM on September 24th – 1,000 feet west of Coal Creek Road- Ucross, WY.
Winter can come swiftly and without solid warning these days; Ucross was just hit by a fairly early snowstorm that brought a bit too much snow for some of the trees on the property to handle. Take a look at the view from the front porch of the Big Red Lane office. According to folks Read more about Early winter storm[…]
More wildlife ignoring humans while battling for dominance. These ring-necked pheasants were seen south of Clear Creek.
As the winner chased off the loser, we noticed three females grazing in the distance (slightly off frame to the right).
We woke up on our last day in Ucross to a September snowstorm! On our way to the airport with Mike Latham, we came upon two battling male pronghorn antelope! Unfazed by our presence, they fought for dominance just a couple dozen feet from us. Stay tuned for the exciting conclusion!