A Talk on the Wild Side.
Can you believe we're nearly to the end of November? Migrations are well underway, colorful leaves are dropping, and snow may even be starting to fall where you are.
But before we make the transition into winter, we'd like to take you on another fall photo tour. What's your favorite thing about fall?
The sounds of ducks over head or leaves crunching underfoot?
Whatever it may be, we hope these images alerts your senses and you can get away for just a moment. Enjoy!
Sycamore Tree on the Phelan Island Unit on Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Photo: Justine Belson/USFWS
Mallard ducks in flight at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge, Philadelphia, PA. Photo: Ron Holmes/USFWS
Wild tom turkeys walking through woodland in autumn in Ohio. Photo: Steve Maslowski/USFWS
Barren-ground caribou grazing surrounded by autumn foliage. Photo: Erwin and Peggy Baurer/USFWS
A group of stunning maple leaves take on their Autumn colors at the National Conservation Training Center located in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. Photo: Ryan Hagerty/USFWS