Posts Tagged ‘beak’

First Look Photo: Last of the Winter Birds

May 30, 2018

As Spring speeds towards Summer, the Winter birds have gone away, except this eider.  He will soon join the migration away from here.

Last winter bird

Photo Friday: Return of the Robins

April 6, 2018

Robins have always been a sign of Spring, so when I saw this one I was pretty happy.

On the fence

First Look Photo: Approachable Song Birds

April 4, 2018

Of all the song birds in Maine, the most approachable is the cat bird; a type of mockingbird.

Cat Bird

Photo Friday: Who’s the More Curious?

March 30, 2018

This goose was more curious about me, than I was about it.

Goose Stare

First Look Photo: They’re back

February 21, 2018

Every year, red breasted mergansers swim their way through this part of Maine, while on the winter part of migration.

Red Breasted Merganser 1

First Look Photo: Female Cardinal

February 14, 2018

I have to admit, I love documentary style photography.  It’s the best way to see the beauty of reality.

Female Cardinal

First Look Photo: High up in a Tree

January 24, 2018

Here’s a shot I took, the other day, of a red tailed hawk relaxing in a tree.

Red Tailed Hawk

Photo Friday: Bird in an Icy Bush

December 29, 2017

Cardinals are a year round part of Maine’s beautiful wildlife.

Cardinal on Icy Branches

Photo Friday: No Egrets

September 9, 2016

If I were to have any regrets about my photography, it would be not having my camera at a great photo moment.  To be honest, those times have happened in the past.

Today’s shot was one I was definitely ready for.  I was on my way home, from work, when I saw a snowy egret hunting for fish.  I loved the way the ripples in the water’s current played around its feet.

snowy-egret