We took a 10-day trip to Namibia, Africa in 2017, besides touring the magnificent sand dunes in the Namib Naukluft National Park and along the Atlantic Coast, we also spent several days visiting Etosha National Park. I took a number of bird pictures and here […]
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Birds of Kenya
I took a ten-day Kenya Safari in 2013, a wonderful trip to see all kinds of wildlife in Kenya including Big Five, elephants, lions, leopards, buffalos and rhinoceros, that I have posted here previously, As I recently went through some of the pictures I took […]
I have taken more pictures of hummingbirds visiting my feeder on the deck. I undestand hummingbird is the only kind of bird that can fly backward and I got two of them to share. The last three sequential images show the take off scene of […]
I put out the sugar water feeder on my deck last week and within a day a lovely hummingbird showed up so I’ve been busy trying to capture some images. I mounted my Olympus camera with 140-600 mm lens on tripod and ready for action […]
I had an unusual bird scene on my deck this morning. First, a pair of downy woodpeckers showed up at the feeder and showed the feeding scenes. Shortly after they left a pair of red-bellied woodpeckers came along and showed the feeding actions. I have […]
Tundra Swans at Middle Creek
When we were at Middle Creek last weekend, we saw many tundra swans in the water but very few in the air. I enjoyed see them in the air with most gracious gestures.
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 […]
There was one Cedar Waxwing among at least a dozen of American Robins that visited my front yard tree to pick the fruits other day. That’s the first time I saw cedar waxwing around our house. Cedar waxwing loves the berries. The first time I […]
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!