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Herons - Eating Like A Bird

January 01, 2021 - Herons and Egrets belong to the same family (Ardiedae). These wading birds are common to many of us because they’ve beco...
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Moonstruck

June 07, 2020 - The full moon has a long aura of mystery and magic about it. Some say it triggers “wanderlust" -- a desire to travel, wa...
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Red-Shouldered Hawk Nest ***UPDATE May 29, 2020***

May 29, 2020 - At this time, all the young hawks are 30 days old, or slightly older. It showed today when I visited the nest. Look at t...
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Red-Shouldered Hawk Nest *** UPDATE May 19, 2020***, Video Included

May 19, 2020 - My last visit to the Washington DC nest was one week ago on May 12. Today's visit reveals all three young hawks are losi...
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Red-Shouldered Hawk Nest ***UPDATE May 8, 2020***

May 09, 2020 - When I visited the nest on May 8, the young hawks were napping and both parents were away. Even when a parent can't be s...
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14 Days, Over 40 Species

March 21, 2020 - 14 days, over 40 species. After a recent trip to Florida I was struck by the number of remarkable wildlife I photographe...
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Dragonflies -- They call them Mosquito Hawks!

May 15, 2019 - Dragonflies are a prize of nature that will, and should, change the way you think about insects. Have a mosquito problem...
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New Additions!

April 29, 2019 - It's been a very busy time since my last post at the end of March. Three art shows, Easter holiday, family visiting, and...
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What's In Front of the Lens is More Than Fur or Feathers

June 13, 2018 - What inspires me as a wildlife photographer is knowing that the animal in front of the lens is much more than just fur o...
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