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Thanks for the amazing pictures. I love to share this site with my 6th grade class. We have a unit on environment and invasive species. Thanks
Wonderful, Wonderful, Wonderful!
impressive pics--you have good technique and a good eye---is the type of camera body you used on this site? or
could you post it or email me? thanx
I made my 2nd visit to the galleries and looked over most of the pictures. It is
a superb resource and very helpful. I recommend it to everyone. During my 1st trip
to Red Slough I did in fact add 10 lifer's to my bird list, not 8 stated earlier.
That makes it that much better and i cannot wait to spend more time at the Red
Slough. Jim Winner (INAS)
I have just had my first trip to Red Slough and want to go back ...
I added 8 Species to my life-list reaching 300 Species for the State
of Oklahoma. The birding was fantastic as was the location.
The assistance of David Arbour and Berlin Heck spotting birds is
greatly appreciated by all.
I reviewed the picture gallery and find it very helpful to see the
picture and know the bird and it's markings. Thanks again, Jim Winner
This site contains incredibly detailed photos that can help you ID things you may only glance at in the wild.
David - what a great job of putting this together! And, of course, the photos are just stunning! Not only do they bring back fond memories of previous visits there, but also make me look forward even more to when I can come back and see more of the gorgeous creatures that call Red Slough home (even if only for a brief time as they migrate through). Photography can be a super tool for furthering conservation by raising awareness and appreciation of the critters and landscapes of places like Red Slough...and yours is a fantastic example of that. Best Wishes, Jay
A lovely set of galleries....and what a fantastic variety of creatures you have! Your photos make me want to visit the Red Slough WMA and see all the birds and insects and animals that we don't have this far north. Regards, Gillian