Being busy with research and back-to-school preparations (Veery), here’s a photo from Birdfreak’s 2005 Texas trip of a Greater Roadrunner.
Back in 2002 I went on a trip out west that brought me to numerous wonderful locations, including Multnomah Falls in Oregon. Unfortunately, my binoculars were junky and I didn’t see as many birds as I could have. But it was fun times nonetheless.
We started using Flickr back in January of this year and have reached 1,000 photos!! Our 13-year-old Blue Healer mix–Socks! Flickr is a wonderful place to find cool photos and to share your own photos. We’ve met many great photographers and birders through Flickr and have enjoyed wonderful comments on some of our photos. Over
Here’s a double photo quiz – your only clues are that they were taken on April 2nd in northern Illinois… These are what we refer to as “burst rejects” – the load of pictures you get with a digital camera, set on burst, to catch a moving bird. (The second picture is mostly bad lighting
The snow is coming down at a fair rate and I can’t wait till Spring. I’ve been busy creating a website for the Rockford Bird Club including a Winnebago Birding Guide so haven’t had as much time to post. When those projects are further along, I’ll post about them. Northern Illinois has some suprisingly good
Often I go birding and try to photograph birds that are singing. I come home, the pictures sit on my camera’s memory card for a week and then I upload the pics. They are all marked P#######. So I try to put a name on the bird and sometimes confusion arises. Do you know what
This Whooping Crane with chick photo was taken at the International Crane Foundation, a great place where you can see all 15 (?) species of cranes from all over the world. The ICF is an awesome place to visit and actually has pretty good birding on their land. We saw all 15 species of cranes
Barred Owl – Oak Ridge Forest Preserve – Winnebago County – Illinois