A wonderful morning photographing neotropical migrants at Fort De Soto’s mulberry trees. Grobeaks and orioles and warblers and buntings!
A cold front blew in migrant birds to Fort De Soto yesterday – lots of Bay-breasted Warblers, Indigo Buntings, tanagers, grosbeaks, and more!
Two weekends ago I had the most amazing morning photographing the migrant birds at Fort De Soto. The trees were literally dropping with colorful birds. Red tanagers, orange orioles, blue buntings and grosbeaks, and warblers everywhere. It was a birder’s paradise. Good birding isn’t always good for the birds. Most of these birds spend the […]
I recently dusted off my bird life list, organizing it by species and counting only American Birding Association countable species. Like most birders, I enjoy keeping track of the birds I’ve seen, but as a bird photographer, I only count the birds that I’ve photographed. The ABA has documented 976 species in North America. About […]