This Eastern Screech owl looks like it is clearly done with Monday. This funny photo of the owl was taken at Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in Georgia. Okefenokee is like no other place on earth, where natural beauty and wilderness prevail. It preserves the Okefenokee Swamp, providing vital habitats for birds, reptiles and other wildlife. Photo by Graham McGeorge (www.sharetheexperience.org).
Pictured here is an adorable Mexican Spotted owlet found at #Zion National Park in Utah. @ZionNPS is critical habitat for the Mexican spotted #owl, a species classified as threatened on the federal level. #NationalPark Service photo.
Spring is a wonderful time to visit Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge in New Jersey. Located just 26 miles from New York City's Times Square, the refuge consists of 7,768 acres of varied habitats, making it an important resting and feeding area for more than 244 species of birds. Fox, deer, muskrat, fish, and a wide variety of wildflowers and plants can be found on the refuge—like this cute little red fox kit. Photo by Matt Sullivan.
A visit to #BeringLandBridge can feel like traveling back in time. The Bering Land Bridge provided a pathway for plants, animals and people to cross from the old world to new. #Wildlife like the #muskox remind us of our ancestors and how geography has shaped humankind. These iconic herbivores sport curved horns and can weigh between 400-800 pounds. Although their populations have fluctuated over the last century, today they number around 3,800 in the state of Alaska. #NationalPark Service…
Cuteness alert: A baby coast horned #lizard found on McGinty Mountain at the #SanDiego National #WildlifeRefuge in #California. Established in 1996, the San Diego Refuge protects habitats for threatened and endangered species, migratory birds, and rare plants and animals found in a variety of habitats. Photo by @USFWS biologist John Martin.