All posts tagged: Bird Photography

Looking Back 2020

It was an unusual difficult year of 2020 due to the Coronavirus Pandemic originated from China and extended all over the world that imposed serious restrictions on travel and outdoor activities. We had to cancel our planned trips to Japan and Taiwan in April/May and […]

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Snow Geese at Prime Hook NWR, Delaware

After photographing the wild ponies at Assateague National Seashore last Sunday, we decided to take another detour to Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Delaware to try our luck in seeing and photographing snow geese that usually migrated to the wetlands in the Eastern Shores […]

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Cedar Waxwing

While walking along C&O Canal Tow Path the other day, I noticed there was a flock of birds having a feast of red berries on the shrubs along the Canal. As I moved closer to take some pictures they all flew away but I did […]

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Hummingbirds

I love taking photographs of hummingbirds because it’s fun and challenging as they seem to be moving all the time. These were the images of the adorable hummingbirds I captured at a local zinnia flower bed two years ago.

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More Snow Geese from Middle Creek

Snow Geese is almost over this winter. With relative warm winter they seems to leave this area for their breeding ground up north in Arctic Regions earlier. I am glad we took our second trip to Middle Creek about a week ago. I took so […]

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Snow Geese Fly Patterns

The color of snow geese at the Middle Creek I captured last week was fantastic. The reflection of soft morning sunlight on the birds’ white feather was just gorgeous! It is interesting that the flying patterns showed some resemblance of Allied’s air fleet took off […]

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American Goldfinches at Sunflower Fields

Sunflower blossoms at McKee Beshers Wildlife Management Area near Poolesville, Maryland have all but gone and the seeds are maturing that attract the birds especially the American goldfinches. It’s challenging to capture good pictures of them because they are small in size and seem to […]

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