Greetings Fellow Birders and Photographers:
I hope this hot summer weather finds you all doing well. I just finished working on the many images I took this past spring and wanted to share them with you. Fran and I visited Garrett Mountain, the beaches of Cape May county, Pennypack Trust, Peace Valley Park, Nockamixon State Park and a week at Magee Marsh. To view the images as a slideshow with music hit the SLIDESHOW tab in the upper right. Thanks for looking-let me know what you think and see you on the trails.
NORTHERN HARRIER 1295-030
SHORT-EARED OWL 1295-038
MALE BLACK-THROATED BLUE WARBLER 1260-032
BLACK AND WHITE WARBLER 1258-025
MALE MAGNOLIA WARBLER 1300-014
MALE NORTHERN PARULA2-1300-020
MALE PRAIRIE WARBLER 1300-025
PROTHONOTARY WARBLER 1269-069
MALE WILSON'S WARBLER 1259-067
MALE YELLOW WARBLER 1300-044
NASHVILLE WARBLER 1264-076
PALM WARBLER 1288-092
TENNESSEE WARBLER 1260-047
MALE AMERICAN REDSTART 1259-047
MALE BLACK-THROATED GREEN WARBLER 1298-038
MALE BAY-BREASTED WARBLER 1298-024
MALE BLACKBURNIAN WARBLER 1298-081A
MALE CANADA WARBLER 1298-088
MALE CAPE MAY WARBLER 1298-109
Wow! How lovely! Your work inspires me to get outside and get looking. I'm amazed at the beautiful birds who share our world; thanks for the reminder.
Phenomenal photos as usual. The detail/clarity is exceptional.
I cannot even pick one out as a favorite as I loved them all. There are so many fine details embedded in these shots.....feathers in a mouth, insect food being carried, wood chips flying, long toes extending way beyond a branch, a feather displaced.....so unbelievably good. And there is the added fun of having seen you at Magee ! And all those amazing shots you took there, and yes,it is easy to spot some of them as Magee shots. Thank you!
Excellent images as usual Harris! I can't believe how many warblers you got this Spring! I especially liked them and loved the fox cubs too. Such a wide variety of birds. Keep up the great work!
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