Calves undergoing weaning from their mothers are kept in the cow pens for a few days at Treasure Hammock Ranch. Neither the mothers nor their calves seemed happy with being separated, especially at night. From the Florida Cattle Ranch project.
I finally make it out to Treasure Hammock Ranch for a walk with Susan Boyd and, of course, what had been a sunny day turns cloudy with rain moving in. Still, though it was fairly dark and cloudy, there were still some good bird pictures to be teased out of the gloom. Here is a sampling. . . . Sean Sexton and Dino wait as Mike Sexton, out of frame, opens the gate so they can drive through the pastures. […]
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