The highlight of a visit to Bombay Hook NWR in early December is the spectacular sight and sound show you experience when thousands of snow geese suddenly take flight.
What may sound like an economic report actually describes my nature photography class Birds of Prey Photo Safari. Last month’s class sold out, so I repeated it this past weekend. Once again, photographers flocked to it.
This past weekend I led a bird photography training session at a local state park. Participants got to see and photograph eagles, falcons, hawks, and owls in natural habitat settings. It is an incredible experience simply being in such close proximity to these magnificent creatures.
Last month’s raptor photo shoot reached its maximum capacity, and a waiting list developed. To meet the demand for this exciting wildlife photography program, I have scheduled a second Birds of Prey Photo Safari for Saturday, April 27, 2013. Here is your chance to photograph various species of eagles, hawks, and owls in natural settings.
Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Delaware is a key stopover for birds migrating north and south along the Atlantic Flyway. Early December is an ideal time to visit, and photographers are likely to see tens of thousands of snow geese, Canada geese, and a variety of migratory waterfowl
On a recent Saturday I took part in a snake survey. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources uses survey information about reptile populations and distributions (as well as data about other fauna) to plan future programs and services. Survey participants took the opportunity to photograph the snakes we encountered … whatever species we discovered and wherever we found them.
Like many folks, I am busy reflecting on the year gone by and making plans for 2012. One thing I like to do at this time is select my favorite photos. Over the next few posts I will share these favorites with you. My top ten countdown continues with these images. Smith Island is a wonderful place to photograph. It is a small archipelago in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay, about a 45 minute ferry boat ride west of Crisfield, MD. The work basin in Ewell offers an abundant number and variety of subjects...
Like many folks, I am busy reflecting on the year gone by and making plans for 2012. One thing I like to do at this time is select my favorite photos. Over the next few posts I will share these favorites with you. My top ten countdown continues with these images: When heading out to do some nature and outdoor photography, I like many other photographers have several preconceived images in mind. Often enough, existing circumstances come together and permit us to capture these images. However, if you are like me, you will create some of...
It is January. Old Man Winter has the Mid-Atlantic region firmly in his grasp. For several days in a row, temperatures have dipped down into the teens and single digits. Some places are seeing heavy snows for the first time in years.