Looking Up

If there is one thing COVID-19 cannot derail its bird migration. Spring migration is a time where birds travel south to north, from South America or South Texas to Montana, Wisconsin, or even Canada. Some birds stay behind longer than most, allowing me to photograph and record their gifted stay.

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Nature at Bear Creek Park

Walkers, joggers, bikers, and just those who want to play on the playgrounds probably know of Bear Creek Park in Keller, Texas. The park hugs a sparkling residential community of high-income homes whose inhabitants are quite naturally astute. I have run into biologists, birders, and naturalists interested in the park, prompting me to always bring along business cards advertising my website – a polite statement that I would love to carry on a conversation about nature but must run as I am actually occupied documenting it.

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NYC Birding Magic (Day 1 of 2)

An old man approaches me wearing a twenty year old suit jacket with binoculars around his neck. He looked to be in his eighties. I had already photographed pigeons, ducks, blue jays, cardinals, catbirds, robins, starlings, and my first wood thrushes.

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