Throwback to an amazing sighting from a couple weeks ago. 3 coyotes and a wolf.
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About a month ago, we had several customers tell us how they saw a bald eagle that was hit by a car and was injured in one of our back fields. When we called the DEC and they sent out an officer, the eagle was unfortunately no where to be found.
Well yesterday we spotted him towards the end of the drive way, hunting for prey on the ground, unable to fly. -
We called the DEC again, who sent the same officer right over.
Then him and Steve spent a good part of the day running all over the farm trying to capture the eagle, who was surprisingly quick and elusive despite being injured.
Eventually they were able to capture the eagle and get him into a comfort blanket.
We are happy to say the eagle will soon be in rehab and will be able to grace us all again from the skies around dutchess county.
It was truly amazing to see such a magnificent creature up close, they are really something to behold and admire.
We wanted to thank Officer Crain and the Department of Environmental conservation for their service and commitment to to conserve, improve and protect New York's natural resources and environment! 🤗
Male Grouse doing his thing.
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When we saw this beauty it was on the one day of rain we had at the park. It was actually kind of perfect because when we found her we were the only people there. So in addition to enjoying her by ourselves, the atmosphere was this sort of misty-magical encounter because of her steam and the rain. 🧡💛💚
📍Morning Glory, springtime
Yellowstone bison bull works his way down the mountain. Looks more like a charging locomotive and believe me you definitely don’t want to be in its path.
Lamar Valley • Yellowstone National Park @mark.payton.photography
Canon 1DX MKII
Canon EF 400mm f/2.8L IS
ISO 200 • f/2.8• 1/8000sec
These transformations I post tend to get the most interaction out of any kind of content I put out there. I hope, along with the motivation it gives you that you also take a moment to hear a couple extra things. .
• time, consistency, patience and work are what made the difference for me. It wasn’t anything quick or crazy, it was just every single day making choices based on my goals. To get up, to workout, to make foods with whole ingredients myself on the daily. I’ve never done a fad diet - I take that back, about 11 years ago I tried Atkins. Made it 2 weeks and I felt so terrible I ate a tortilla and felt better. 😄 .
•• please please know that the greatest change and transformation in me was when I started saying “thank you” to my body instead of resenting it for everything I decided it wasn’t. I still look back and go... *when* did it lean down so much? When did the shape change so much? I can’t pinpoint it, I think it was gradual but I’m also pretty sure it lines up with the way I started speaking to myself kindly. I’d go back and do it again- but not all for the stronger body I now posses, but the stronger mind I created through the process. Worth every single minute I put into myself. .
Love you all. #transformationbywhit#3yeartransformation
❓: What does Caldera + Lab mean?
A: The Yellowstone Caldera near Jackson, WY has one of the world's largest calderas. It supports regrowth of potent plants post-volcano, producing the kind of survival plants we seek that have long strong roots and more potent actives than your average plant. Caldera + Lab = our ingredient/plant inspiration + where we transform those survival plants into potent skincare.
Just...one...more...bite... I came across this big bull elk on my last trip to Yellowstone. I was keeping a very respectful distance but he insisted on keeping an eye on me even when trying to get just one more bite of grass.