Ann and I made a trip out to San Angelo State Park late Saturday morning. There we met another professional photographer, Bill Plunkett. He and his wife have been doing some very extensive traveling and stopped off here in San Angelo. For examples of his work from all over the continent and more, check his website, www.plunkettphoto.com.
I got lucky again. While driving around the park, we didn’t see much bird activity until we came upon this dead tree near O. C. Fisher Lake. There was this American Kestrel perched, trying to devour a mouse that he had caught. I was fortunate to capture the action before he flew away.
I hope you enjoy the photo. Click on it to see an enlargement.