I was informed by a U.S. Fish and Wildlife biologist that there has been a large number of snakes found nearby a bluff at Mingo National Wildlife Refuge in Puxico, Missouri.
Early morning we found and almost stepped on as many as 20 Cottonmouth on the bluff.
We made a calculated risk and approached them as close as possible, without being bitten by these deadly poisonous snakes. I’d like to thank John Hartleb for informing me and assisting me in this photo shoot.
I heard from my friend that a large number of Snow Geese were flocking in Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge in Mound City, Missouri.
I got up 3AM and headed to the Refuge. When I arrived, there were very few of Snow Geese.
However, later in the afternoon, a large number of Snow Geese flew back to the Refuge because of the snow storm in the northern states. According to a manager at the Refuge, there were as many as 1 million Snow Geese (I have no idea how he counts them.) The geese filled the entire pond, and the frozen ice started to sink because of their weight.