Most often seen dancing through the water on golden slippers (their bright yellow feet), snowy egrets mostly lived in the southern areas of North America. Climate change, however, has caused these birds to expand their range north.

Egretta thula (Snowy egret)

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Reddish egrets come in two color morphs, the dark morph and the white morph. It's estimated that there are only 5,000 mating pairs of reddish egrets left in the world, making them a cause for concern.

Egretta rufescens (Reddish egret, dark morph)

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Black bears come in a variety of colors, including this cinnamon color. Learning to climb and hang from tree trunks is one of the first thing a bear cub will learn from his or her protective mother.

Ursus americanus (American black bear) cub

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A large bison with a snow-covered face trudges through the snow in Yellowstone National Park, kicking up the top layer as he moves.

Bison bison (American bison)

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The barred owl is one of the most vocal of the eastern owls, using a signature "who cooks for you" call. They are also crepuscular birds, meaning they do the majority of their hunting in the house just before sunset and just after sunrise.

Strix varia (Barred owl) juvenile

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A howler monkey mother and her new infant in a portrait pose

Howler monkey with her infant // Panama 2021

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