A vulnerable black-capped vireo (Vireo atricapilla) at a nest in an Ashe juniper, Fort Hood, TX. Though at an active military base, this is a haven for this endangered species.



A father eats breakfast with his daughter sitting on his lap at their home in Washington D.C.



At Lake Ogallala, a hydroelectric plant keeps stunned bait fish in supply all through the winter, attracting bald eagles and water fowl.

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