This is the cygnet (now grown up) from the two adult swans I’ve previously photographed. Note the red line under the bill, which is an indicator for Trumpeter Swan.
The Trumpeter Swans returned to Bath Nature Preserve for a New Year’s Day visit. Hopefully they will evacuate to the south before they get frozen in to the Garden Bowl.
Bluebirds mob around this derelict wasps nest.
My previous post featured a Field Sparrow, so I thought it would be a good comparison to now feature a bird that is easily confused with the Field Sparrow; namely the American Tree Sparrow. There are a few key distinctions, two of which can been seen in my photograph. The American Tree Sparrow has a …
A close-up of a Field Sparrow from November 4th. Note the white eye-ring and pink bill, which are key field marks for this species.
The Northern Shrike has returned to Bath Nature Preserve. Today’s weather was abysmal for photography, and I did not have any high hopes. So it was a very pleasant surprise when I saw this rare visitor in the tree tops.
Eastern Bluebird at Bath Nature Preserve, 2019-11-17.
The snow and bitter cold did not keep these two doves away from the feeder at Bath Nature Preserve.
Although I’ve read a few books about photography, I’ve learned much more through trial and error. With this photograph I learned that, at least with my camera, you can capture a much better picture of the moon at dusk or dawn than you can when the sky is completely dark. In total darkness, my camera …