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Steve Creek
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The only thing I could think that was upsetting this Eagle was that I must be to close to a nest. I don’t know if it had a nest nearby or not but I don’t like to upset these birds and that is why I left the area.
I was hoping to photograph the Turkeys when they got closer but this American Bald Eagle flew over me an it was obvious that it was angry. It was making...
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Sometimes I can’t stand these Fox Squirrels because they are a nuisance and they raid my bird feeders but they do serve an important purpose.
Sometimes I can't stand these Fox Squirrels because they are a nuisance and they raid my bird feeders but they do serve an important purpose.
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Crappie Fishing #oklahoma  
I was always told that when the Dogwood blooms that this was the best time to be out Crappie fishing.
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The Fox Squirrel are another common wildlife to see at the Fort Smith National Historic Site here in Arkansas. (3 Photos)
The Fox Squirrel are another common wildlife to see at the Fort Smith National Historic Site here in Arkansas. They were fun to photograph...
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I thought this one was after frogs but after watching it for a while I am not sure what it was catching. It looks like minnows.
The Great Blue Herons have moved out of the river and into these flooded fields. I thought this one was after frogs but after watching it for a while...
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Mother Nature at her finest!
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Just a heads up! This post is a rant!
I started finding Whitetail Deer shed antlers on the 24th of December here in the Ouachita National Forest. That is early for them to drop and I usually...
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The Wood Duck has been a difficult bird for me to get a good clear photograph of. #oklahoma #sequoyahnationalwildliferefuge #birds  
This colorful Wood Duck was nice enough to pose for me out in the open which seems to never happen for me. This was at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge
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The Northern Mockingbirds Are Singing http://goo.gl/fb/nfM1nC  #birds #arkansas #fortsmithnationalhistoricsite
The Northern Mockingbirds have started singing here in my area. They are mainly singing in the daytime but I'm sure that will change soon.
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A White-throated Sparrow Here In #arkansas #birds  
Several White-throated Sparrows were feeding around the train tracks at the Fort Smith National Historic Site here in Arkansas. I know I have mentioned...
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American Robins At The Fort Smith National Historic Site (3 Photos)
This time of year the American Robins are very active and allow you to get close for some great photos. Most of the time you can sit on one of the park...
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I saw several Skunks today! (2 Photos)
I saw several Skunks today at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. If you have followed me here on my blog for a while than you know that...
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Steve I was up in the Arkansas hills this past weekend and found an unusual amt of skunks also
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Getting the "look"
The Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge uses chicken litter for fertilizer and when they bring it in by the truck load this time of year it draws the Coyotes.
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Arkansas-based Wildlife Photographer
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  • Wildlife Photographer
    Wildlife Photographer, 1984 - present
    Wildlife Photographer specializing in the wildlife found in Arkansas and Oklahoma.
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Steve Creek Is A Wildlife Photographer From Arkansas
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An Arkansas-based wildlife photographer specializing in the wildlife found in Arkansas and Oklahoma. Steve’s images are created from his overwhelming passion for being outdoors with cameras in tow.

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My photographs have been published in books, magazines and newspapers all over the world including The Smithsonian and National Geographic.
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Lavaca, Arkansas
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