Grand Forks photographer Michael Bogert found something to quack about in his outdoor travels this past week.
Grand Fork photographer Michael Bogert didn’t have to travel very far — the English Coulee — to capture these images of waterfowl frolicking in along the banks and in the water of the waterway.
Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons checked out his feathered friends Tuesday night, and here’s what he found. (Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.)
Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons has been out and about this past week, and wouldn’t you know he found some wildlife in front of his camera. (Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.)
Spring is a great time of the year to view wildlife, whether it’s migrating waterfowl or year-round resident bald eagles, and Grand Forks photographer Michael Bogert knows just where to look.
Grand Forks photography recently took a stroll along the English Coulee in Grand Forks a day after a storm rolled through and captured these spectacular shots.
Grand Forks photographer Michael Bogert has discovered that it’s not unusual in the springtime to find waterfowl in flooded fields, sloughs and ponds in northeastern North Dakota
Springtime is when migratory birds return north to their nesting grounds after wintering down South. Grand Forks photographer Michael Bogert shares these images of some those aviators that have arrived back home in the Red River Valley.
Most people are suckers for baby ducks. The sight of ducklings can lift hearts and put smiles on faces. Grand Forks photographer Mike Bogert will do just that with this collection of images taken on the English Coulee near the University of North Dakota. Some of these ducklings may have been the ones rescued from a drain sewer recently by UND police.
While driving to Thief River Falls, Minn., this morning, I was able to observe lots of birds, including ducks, geese, eagles, and cranes.