Category Archives: photography

Readers’ wildlife

We have a potpourri again today. The first couple of photos are from reader Kevin Voges, who lives in Oz. His notes are indented. Imagine seeing these birds every day, as if they were pigeons or starlings in the U.S.! Here’s a few more photos, this time from our place in Brisbane (Australia). The first is a […]

Sunrise, Chicago

A view to the east from Hyde Park; sunrise over Lake Michigan. It ain’t Idaho, but hey, this is where I live:

Readers’ wildlife photos

We have a bit of a photographic potpourri today. The first one comes from reader Martin Heller: The attached photo of a Bali beach (but under a roof) in the morning does not say “spot the x” but rather: “how many species do you find?” There is my own footprint, a dog, a bird, some hermit […]

Readers’ wildlife photos

Reader Joe Dickinson sends us rarities: underwater photos of reef fish. His notes are indented: About a year and a half ago I sent a batch of photos, mostly under water, from French Polynesia.  We returned  recently just to Moorea for a week of binge snorkeling (with some other activities thrown in when I became […]

Readers’ wildlife video

Tara Tanaka is back with a wonderful video of a colorful bird, the Vermillion Flycatcher (Pyrocephalus rubinus). Note the extreme sexual dimorphism! Be sure to go here to play the video enlarged, and in high definition. Here are Tara’s notes: I spent a week in Texas in May digiscoping birds, and I spent every minute of […]

Readers’ wildlife photos

To show you how far behind I am in posting some photos, reader Joe Dickinson sent these on January 28. (I try to go in a rough temporal order, but often modify that to mix things up.) His notes are indented: It’s been some time since I sent any photos of Black Crowned Night Herons […]

Readers wildlife photos

We’ll have only a few animal  photos today, as there are boots to show. Today’s theme is “Urban wildlife of Ontario.” This comes from reader Ken McKeen, who hails from Amherstburg, Ontario and sent one photo on June 16. Readers are invited to identify the species (the rabbit looks wet). Ken’s notes: This rabbit appeared moments ago, […]

Readers’ wildlife videos

Tara Tanaka has a brand-new video of young Wood Storks (Mycteria americana) feeding. Be sure to go to the Vimeo page and watch in in high-definition and enlarged. Her notes: I was photographing birds when I saw this pair of Wood Stork chicks bowing and calling in unison, and decided it could only be properly shared with […]

Readers’ wildlife photographs

We have a potpourri  of urban wildlife today, starting with reader Anne-Marie Cournoyer’s photos of a red-winged blackbird  (Agelaius phoeniceus) feeding its young in a Montreal backyard: Sated! A chipmunk flight and then a red squirrel fight, all from reader Diana MacPherson: Just when I told you that I had no good baby red squirrel […]

Readers’ wildlife photos (and a video)

Today we will catch up with the latest photos (and a video) from Stephen Barnard in Idaho. First, he sent a video of his growing family of eagles. Fishfight! Stephen’s caption’s are indented: Desi brings a fish to the nest and Lucy decides it’s for her and the chicks. An earlier photo of the babies. I’ve […]

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