Moose – Across The Tranquil Marsh


Across The Tranquil Marsh On a brisk autumn morning, as the sun burned off the brume, a pair of Moose casually made their way across the tranquil marsh. ~ Anecdote and Moose capture, Across The Tranquil Marsh © Jerry L. Ferrara

Moose – Look Who Showed Up


Look Who Showed Up Look who showed up this morning [12-25-22]. Great Christmas gift. Merry Christmas!! ~ Anecdote and Moose capture, Look Who Showed Up © Jerry L. Ferrara

Moose – Daybreak at Kootenai


Daybreak at Kootenai This image was made well over a decade ago at nearby Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge. Morning fog obscured the distant view revealing little of interest. As the dawning sun’s rays brushed the landscape, murk and mist magically dissipated. Definition and form took shape … Moose and marsh materialized. When all about there seems to be A lack of anything to see Wait and watch, it might take time The moment caught may be sublime ~ Anecdote, poem and Moose capture, Daybreak at Kootenai © Jerry L. Ferrara

Moose – Guess Who Came To Breakfast?


Guess Who Came To Breakfast? Guess who came to breakfast yesterday morning in our backyard? This is the fifth Moose sighting on our property this winter. While it’s always a thrill to see one of these “largest of the deer” clan members, it’s also an incredible privilege to live amongst them. ~ Anecdote and Moose capture, Guess Who Came To Breakfast? © Jerry L. Ferrara

White-tailed Deer, Ruffed Grouse, Wild Turkey, Bald Eagle, American Crow, Northern Flicker, Chestnut-backed Chickadee, Black-capped Chickadee, Moose, Rain Drops/Tree Branch, Scenics, Sundown, Idaho Wildlife/Nature Images – State-of-the-Art Z9

State-of-the-Art Z9 On December 24th, 2021, I was pleased to receive my copy of the much anticipated state-of-the-art Nikon Z9 mirrorless camera, the manufacturer’s newest flagship “image-making machine”. Over the days following receipt I’ve configured and worked with the instrument, often during challenging lighting and environmental conditions [temps ranging from 7º to 14º F, contrasty as well as low light levels and rain/snow storms. While I haven’t yet come close to tapping the full capacity of the camera’s features, it is proving to be an outstanding product and tool. Kudos, Nikon! ~ Anecdote and Idaho Wildlife/Nature images, State-of-the-Art Z9 © Jerry L. Ferrara