Monday, December 28, 2009

WInter Moon

Check out this beautiful winter moon above Waco.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

New Website

Today I launched the new web site for my photos .Hope you all enjoy.

Brian Boyd

Sunday, December 13, 2009


Today was what we called the first day of eagle season as Spencer and I started our hiking again to the eagle's nest. We only saw the female, but at least we saw an eagle,(see photo above). I know the male is close around. They should both start working on the nest preparing for the mating season and the new baby eaglets.
Brian Boyd

Saturday, December 12, 2009

2010 Calendars Available.

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Amerian Eagle

Two American Eagles looking over Lake Waco one Sunny day this past summer.
Brian Boyd

Friday, December 11, 2009


The male eagle prepares himself for another season of nest building.
Brian Boyd

Friday, November 13, 2009

Empty Nest

No eagles as of yet in the nest. They should start coming back any day and working on the nest for their new babies.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Gone fishing

This beautiful Osprey decided to finish off his fish on a limb yesterday afternoon at Lake Waco. There were no eagles to be seen but this guy gave us a good show on a hot afternoon.

Brian Boyd

Monday, September 7, 2009

Big Horn

This Ram was one of the largest recorded in Rocky Mt Nat park.

Duck Shade

A little shade goes a long way. This pic was taken on the Snake River in Wyoming.
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This little Rocky Mountain Pica live above timberline around the 14,000 ft elevation.

RockyMt Goat

This Rocky Mountain Goat lives above the 11,000 to 14,000 ft elevation level.
BrianBoyd 8/09

New Season

Someone ask me the other day when does Eagle season start again. I told them whenever I get the nerve and energy up to hike into the park with the snakes and hot weather.Well, I did it yesterday, and it wasn’t too bad at all. I did see the female sitting on a limb away from the nest. (see above). She really looks good , a lot better than she did earlier in the season. At least we know they are coming back to the nest and will start nesting again . It’s going to be a great eagle year.

Brian Boyd 9/7/2009

Friday, August 28, 2009

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Monday, August 17, 2009

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

August Moon

I shot this August moon rising over the park last night.
Brian Boyd

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

The bald eagle not only has an impressive size, it also has a remarkable life span. The rigors of living in the wild often take eagles well before their prime- in fact, most eagles die in their first year of life. However, once young eagles pass their first- year milestone, their chance for survival increases dramatically. On the average, eagles live about 15-20 years, with some reaching 30 years of age or more. Captive eagles with a constant food supply and medical care can live much longer, some to almost 50 years.
Here we have the two Lake Waco eagles sitting on a branch with the female behind the male.


We are starting to see more deer in the park the closer we get to deer hunting season.I saw this young buck taking refuge in the park last week.

Brian Boyd

Monday, July 27, 2009


This roadrunner posed for me on the farm on Saturday. They are hard to photograph since they very seldom stop moving.

Dragon Fly

I shot this dragon fly out at the wetlands on Saturday.CLICK ON THE IMAGE.
Brian Boyd

New baby

This new baby fawn was standing in the Park yesterday with it's mother close by. The baby is probably less than a week old. Maybe just a few days old.

Brian Boyd

Thursday, July 16, 2009


There are hundreds of bison that roam in the Tetons and Yellowstone .
Brian Boyd

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Always a pleasure to see President Bush

Waiting for the President with my Grandson

Out for a spin

The female decides to take a spin around the lake to try and get some kind of relief from this terrible 106 degree heat.
Brian Boyd

Tuesday, July 7, 2009


I found this female eagle sitting by her nest in Yellowstone National Park .
Brian Boyd

Monday, July 6, 2009


A Yellowstone cub plays in tree
Brian Boyd

Thursday, July 2, 2009


Early morning bison stroll in the Tetons.


I took this photo of this dragon fly in the Park . It appears if you look closer that he likes to eat ants. click on this photo to enlarge .
Brian Boyd

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Teton Reflection

The snake river show the reflections of one of the Tetons.
Brian Boyd


I found this large black bear and her cub in Yellowstone .


This is a shot of one of the old barns on Mormon row in the Grand Tetons. This is one of my favorite sites to photograph.

One of the most astonishing characteristics about eagles is the molting process they go through. About mid-life eagles experience this unusual chemical change in their bodies, and the time of molting begins. The eagle will seek out a secluded place and sit for hours and days there with her head down. One by one she starts to lose her feathers. Her talons become brittle .She loses weight and can no longer soar. All of her strength is gone. She becomes a depressed bird.
What’s amazing is her fellow eagles sense that something is wrong. They begin flying around her and actually drop food to her.
When the forlorn eagle starts to eat, she gets stronger. Gradually her feathers grow and eventually she is able to fly and soar again. Her strength is renewed.
Boy that sounds like something I read in the Bible doesn’t it? Just like the eagle's strength is renewed so is ours. They that wait on and hope in the Lord will renew their strength. And then they will mount up with wings like eagles.
32 times in scripture God speaks about eagles. I see why they are so special now.
Brian Boyd

Thursday, June 11, 2009

13 weeks

The baby eaglet is sitting up in the nest getting ready for its first flight. At 13 weeks old most eaglets fly.

Brian Boyd

Tuesday, June 9, 2009


Sunrise finds the baby eaglet looking up at the parents hopeing that some day he too will be able to fly to higher limbs.