Fun morning of photographing tiny colorful migrant warblers flitting high in the treetops
Sunset photos taken over Lake Apopka from the Magnolia Park Boat Ramp
A morning of bird flight photography with the Barn Swallow aerial acrobats as they dive-bombed insects in mid-air
Beautiful morning of springtime photography at Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive, with nesting Anhgina & herons, Caspian Terns in flight
A pair of Blue-winged Teals surprised me when they mated on a cold morning in January. I guess spring is on the way!
Another evening of sunset photography at Lake Apopka. The sky was on fire and the sunset was beautiful!
A cold breezy morning was still good for photography at Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive – Drake Canvasback, Yellow Warbler, and American Bittern
Photos of a beautiful winter sunset over Lake Apopka
An Ash-throated Flycatcher, several kinds of sparrows, and a Painted Bunting posed for my camera at Lust Road
A quick photography expedition to Magnolia Park to photograph a winter sunset over Lake Apopka
A cloudy winter morning of bird photography at the Lake Apopka Wildlife Morning yielded my lifer Gray-headed Swamphen along with several good Northern Harrier fly-bys
A November photography trip to Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive yielded wintering ducks, a cooperative Belted Kingfisher, and fish for breakfast!
A morning of bird photography at Lake Apopka Wildife Drive where the Crazy U was busy with warblers. Yellow Warblers, Northern Waterthrush
A family of Black-necked Stilts posed nice and close at the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive
A summer day at the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive (LAWD) yielded a wading bird feeding frenzy, lots of Green Herons, begging Barn Swallows, and a singing Indigo Bunting
Gray skies, moisture-filled air…but the Gray Kingbird put on a good show for me, as did the begging juvenile Barn Swallows and the tiny Black-necked Stilt babies.
Nature therapy at Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive included migrating Bobolinks and nesting residents like Common Gallinules, Red-winged Blackbirds, and Black-necked Stilts
Both springtime and Red-Winged Blackbirds are in the air at the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive! Nesting is underway as birds molt into their breeding plumage
You can spend a whole morning photographing birds at Lust Road. Yesterday’s highlights included Ash-throated Flycatcher and Western Kingbird
Beautiful January morning of photography at the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive, where Painted Buntings and Northern Harriers charmed my lens and the Pied-billed Grebes are already courting