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Pileated Woodpecker

While visiting and enjoying the beauty of full bloom azaleas at Brighton Dam Azalea Garden two days ago, I came across a pileated woodpecker hopping from tree to tree looking for food. It was such a great opportunity to photograph this beautiful bird in relative […]

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Snow Geese at Middle Creek

It’s time for snow geese in the Eastern Shore areas to begin gathering at Middle Creek near Lancaster, PA, and ready to head north to their breeding grounds in Arctic North in Canada. The estimated number was about 90,000 in last weekend so we took […]

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Female Cardinals

I sorted out more female cardinals pictures yesterday. Looking closely the facial expressinos of both male and female cardinals I found out the male one were fiecely looking while the female one looked more peaceful or even graceful!

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Cardinals in the Snow

We got six inches of snow yesterday. I couldn’t wait to see cardinals visiting my bird feeder on the deck, especially the male one with bright red feathers in contrast to the white snow – just beautiful!

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Osprey

I took this picture of osprey at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, in Cambridge, Maryland a few years ago and was posted previously.

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Egrets at Bombay Hook Wildlife Refuge

I took these pictures at Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Delaware in the month of August severr years ago. There were hundreds of great and snowy egrets all mixed together in the wetlands and someimes up on the trees. They were just spectacular sights. […]

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Deer Showing Affection

We took an overnight trip to Shenandoah National Park earlier this week. We stayed at the Big Meadows Lodge so we can quickly get to the Big Meadows all the times where if one’s lucky can see the new born fawns under the brushes or […]

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Snow Geese at Middle Creek, March 2021

We visited Middle Creek to see and photograph snow geese earlier this week. Middle Creek is the stopping ground for many snow geese in the Eastern Shores area and farther South before they heading north to the Canadian Arctic’s, their breeding ground. The official estimated […]

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