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Pelicans are a genus of large water birds comprising the family Pelecanidae. They are characterised by a long beak and large throat pouch used for catching prey and draining water from the scooped up contents before swallowing. They have predominantly pale plumage, the exceptions being the brown and Peruvian pelicans. The bills, pouches and bare […]

The Eagle Feasible starts at Turkey Point Road, Dividing Creek, NJ each year and these images are from February 2005. Site Description: Turkey Point is an example of a pristine salt marsh, stretching five miles toward Egg Island Point and the Delaware Bay. The wooded hummocks and forest edges supply raptors with multiple perches from […]

Red Cardinal Bird The male Northern Cardinal is perhaps responsible for getting more people to open up a field guide than any other bird. They are a perfect combination of familiarity, conspicuousness, and style: a shade of red you can’t take your eyes off. Even the brown females sport a sharp crest and warm red […]

The massive fences caught my eye so I pull over and started photographing thinking what was this collection of Telephone pole insulators all about. I spied a gentleman at the back of the property and walked over to talk to him. He introduced himself as Stanley and was the owner of the property and had […]

An unplanned scouting trip lead to the discovery of this wonderful place called Cattus Island County Park located near Tom River NJ. Lots of birds to look at and if you bring a long lens you will find lots of birds to photograph. I only had a med-telephoto so I don’t have any good bird […]

A visitor in my backyard today. Life is order, death is disorder. A fundamental law of Nature states that spontaneous chemical changes in the universe tend toward chaos. But life has, during milliards of years of evolution, seemingly contradicted this law. With the aid of energy derived from the sun it has built up the […]

From the Venice Rookery in Florda. The rookery was a nice place to shoot from, very peacful and had great light. I should have got there earlier but it was a hour ride from Cape Coral where we were staying. The people from the Audubon Society were very helpful. Like this:Like Loading…

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