Top 10 Bird Photos

I don’t know if there’s been a more true statement than this meme I came across recently. I must be old then, because when I’m camping or just walking around outside, I am looking up A LOT. I want to see all the birds! Sometimes I’m prepared with my camera strapped around my neck andContinue reading “Top 10 Bird Photos”

Eagle sightings and a territory battle

There’s a dead tree close by that bald eagles have been perching on the past couple of days. Well, maybe it’s one bald eagle (not multiple eagles) but today there was another eagle that showed up and this clearly gets the attention of the bald eagle. Take a look at the video below and letContinue reading “Eagle sightings and a territory battle”

Birds of Paradise – a few pictures from the Florida Gulf Coast

I loved seeing all this wildlife on the gulf coast of Florida last week. Below are 7 birds I was able to photograph, labeled with what kind they are. Some let me get kind of close but thanks to my Sony 350mm zoom lens, it looks like I’m a lot closer than I am… exceptContinue reading “Birds of Paradise – a few pictures from the Florida Gulf Coast”

Land of the free…. nothing but bald eagle photos (not perched in trees)

Yesterday I posted perched bald eagle photos. Today… the same two eagles flying, and one landing on the beach. Scroll down to take a look at these beautiful birds, then at the bottom of this post, my FAVORITE photo I’ve ever taken with the Sony A6600 and how you can be part of the eagleContinue reading “Land of the free…. nothing but bald eagle photos (not perched in trees)”

Land of the free…. nothing but bald eagle photos (perched in trees)

I was visiting family in North Flor— oh wait, I said “nothing but bald eagle photos,” didn’t I?– OK, here they are! Photos courtesy of my Sony A6600 in paradise- St. Teresa Beach, Florida. Two eagles perched. Come back tomorrow for nothing but eagles flying… including my absolute favorite eagle photo, and a special surprise.Continue reading “Land of the free…. nothing but bald eagle photos (perched in trees)”