This time of year dusk and sunset come early and even more-so when you are camped right on the change in time zones. Three Rivers State Park is probably no more than 5 miles into the Central Time Zone. The best time to find wildlife activity is at dawn (not for me, too early) and at dusk (4 – 4:30 PM) There are plenty of photo ops at this park for wildlife photography. One of the Rangers told me there are 3 different herds of deer, two of them containing about 75 head each and a smaller herd of about 20 to 25 deer. Slowly cruising the park road with your camera at the ready will produce many photo ops, however, you must be careful with your camera settings to ensure that your images are not “Out of Focus”.
Don’t forget that clicking on the picture will enlarge the image for better appreciation of details.