Furtive creatures that peer at you, while you are filming and photographing them!
While recording audio for my Monarch film at the same field over a several week period, occasionally I came upon a deer family. Not quick enough to get more than a fleeting snapshot however, these two deer were spotted peering at me while I waited in vain for their return, so that I could peer back at them!
Surprise Turkey-in-a-Tree Encounter
Ubiquitous bunny, abundantly present on every film shoot.
The wrong end of the deer I’m most likely to capture.
Look what we uncovered while working at a client’s garden ~
Baby rabbits are called kits or kittens and these look like they are Eastern Cottontails, the most common and widespread species of rabbits in North America.
In the future if I accidentally come upon a similar looking nest, I think I would leave it undisturbed. We were very startled by the sight of the baby wild rabbits after pulling away leaves and the downy soft “lid,” or protective covering, and they very nearly were almost raked!
Looked like he was waiting for a bus, or a fire engine.
Shark Cat, Sharky the Ferocious Pit Bull, Guinea Pig, and Bunny