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Mr. Teal

Although the swampy area of the park was dominated by American black ducks, one little Green-winged teal (Anas crecca) seemed to feel right at home among them. 11 more words

Nature

Weekly Photo Challenge - Ephemeral

Ephemeral is the essence of bird photography.  It is always about capturing a millisecond before it disappears.  It is the reason I love bird photography, the challenge of very brief opportunities.

Nature

NYDEC Needs Waterfowl Hunters Input

New York Waterfowl Hunters are invited to submit recommendations to regional Waterfowl Hunter Task Forces for the the fall 2015 duck hunting seasons by April 8, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced today. 46 more words

Hunting

2014 with a bang

This is my season in a nutshell. I spent a lot of time hunting everything that I could ending the Most well spent season I have had in numerous years.

Blogs

Today's Words of Wisdom

A photo I took of a Mute Swan swimming in the middle of a large flock of Canada Geese. I thought the quote fit the scene. 14 more words
Fine Art Photography

Lake Michigan birding March 22nd, a quick preview

It’s Thursday evening, and I already have 51 hours in for the week, and the legal limit is 60, so tomorrow will be a (relatively) short day. 348 more words

Nature

King of the bill

Flaunting some of the biggest bills on the lake, Northern shovelers (Anas clypeata) make a stately sight as they glide through the water.

Nature