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Behind Big Laurel Falls -- Virgin Falls National Recreation Trail, Tennessee
The view from the saddle; Northshore Trail at Grapevine Lake; Dallas, Texas
Barred Owl (Strix varia) hunting crayfish along the Francis Beidler Forest National Recreation Trail
Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge; Stevensville, MT
Old growth moss on Douglas Fir roots; Salmon River Trail on the Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon
Tunnel Hill State Trail Ice Wall
Porcupine along the Lee Metcalf Wildlife Viewing Trail; Stevensville, Montana
Tri-colored heron along the trail on the Wacissa River Paddling Trail, Florida
Squirrel Treefrogs (Hyla squirella) seeking shelter within a Dwarf Palmetto; Audubon Center at the Francis Beidler Forest
Tunnel Hill State Trail Ice Reflections
A family of badgers at the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge; Stevensville, Montana
Bobbing for mayapples along the trail.
Land snail patterns -- Tradewinds National Recreation Trail; El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico
Woodpecker Loop National Recreation Trail in Finley National Wildlife Refuge, Oregon
Frog on the Tunnel Hill State Trail
The woods are alive if you look; Mark Twain National Forest
A male Snowy Egret trying to attract a mate along the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail, Alabama
No handrails, but continuous edge protection on the Happy Creek Nature Trail boardwalk.
Red Naped Sapsucker on National Recreation Trails sign, Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge; Stevensville, MT
Purple Gallinule, one of the most beautiful birds along our rivers and not often seen; along the paddling trail in the Aucilla Wildlife Management Area
Butterfly on Honeysuckle at Benbrook Lake Horseback Trail in Benbrook, Texas
The "End of the Slot" on the Tent Rocks National Recreation Trail; Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, New Mexico
Sugar Owl, Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge; Stevensville, MT
Francis Beidler Forest Four Holes Swamp Rat Snake; Harleyville, SC
Tunnel Hill State Trail snake
Under the tall trees on the Cherokee Nature Trail and Arboretum, North Carolina
Crushed rock that is larger and looser than ideal in Bluff Lake Nature Area; Denver, Colorado
Boardwalk through the woods and along Lake Guntersville.