Fun morning of photographing tiny colorful migrant warblers flitting high in the treetops
Backyard bird photography – Painted Buntings, Brown Thrashers, and first-time visiting White-crowned Sparrows
A cold breezy morning was still good for photography at Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive – Drake Canvasback, Yellow Warbler, and American Bittern
An Ash-throated Flycatcher, several kinds of sparrows, and a Painted Bunting posed for my camera at Lust Road
Painted Bunting photography in my backyard – fun with flight shots! Plus a visiting Gray Catbird
Peaceful morning of backyard birding photography with my winter guests – the Painted Buntings!
Our fall birds are returning to the backyard. Gray Catbirds, Palm Warblers, and Painted Buntings are here to stay. The American Redstarts are just passing through!
Fun photos of visitors at our backyard bird feeders – Painted Buntings galore :)
April is a great time to visit Fort De Soto for shorebird photography and the possibility of migrants
Happiness is… …watching the American Goldfinches turn yellow and play in your flowers :) … seeing the female Indigo Bunting from last weekend – she stuck around! … finally snapping a picture of the elusive Prairie Warbler who has been mocking you for the past three mornings, and as a bonus, getting to hear him sing! […]
Backyard birding paradise – Painted Buntings and goldfinches! I filled my memory card and exhausted my camera battery. Bonus Indigot Bunting!
Recently I spent a weekend morning in my backyard – rather unusual for me, since mornings are usually when I venture beyond the backyard. It was fun to see my yard in morning light. This is the time of year that I love backyard birding the best. Flowers are blooming, the air is fresh and […]
The joke was on me when I tried to con a bird into perching on pretty flower stalks
I had an especially good morning birding in my backyard last weekend. Painted Buntings, yellow goldfinches, and a Blue-gray Gnatcatcher in breeding colors!
American Goldfinches brighten up even the nastiest gray morning of backyard birding
Foggy mornings can still be good for photography at Circle B, especially when the birds cooperate with you!
A Hooded Merganser and Bufflehead were the Odd Couple at the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive
A post-Christmas visit to Viera Wetlands yielded nesting Great Blue Herons, hungry warblers, lazy Hoodies, and Limpkin family with small chicks
The other night I snuck into my blind for a few minutes after I mowed the grass. The little Palm Warblers were quick to hop out and enjoy the bugs that I stirred up with my mower. I think they enlisted themselves to help with the yard service… The mockingbird knows that I’ve been wanting […]
Winter birds are coming back to the Circle B Bar Reserve. Our quick trip yielded Eastern Phoebes, Common Yellowthroats, and Palm Warblers.