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A stroll across a parking lot produces two birds for the price of one

It’s generally true that the more megapixels your camera has, the better your photos will be. This fun shot of a Bushtit examining its reflection shows that timing, composition, and a bit of luck can be just as important. Tony Britton owns a mobile personal training and martial arts business in Santa Cruz, California. In … Read More “A stroll across a parking lot produces two birds for the price of one”

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Secret life of birds: Black-necked Stilt lays an egg

Since we launched the new and improved BirdWatchingDaily.com in late May, Ed Mattis of Coral Springs, Florida, aka snooked, has posted delightful, exceptional photos to our galleries of curious Burrowing Owls, mating Red-shouldered Hawks, fighting Purple Gallinules, a stunning Painted Bunting, and many more. One of his most surprising images, above, shows a female Black-necked … Read More “Secret life of birds: Black-necked Stilt lays an egg”

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Six hours of patient observation produces unique view of a skulking warbler

This spring at the famed boardwalk at Magee Marsh Wildlife Area in northwestern Ohio, Mark Preston took more than 4,000 photos. Preston lives in Columbus, Ohio, and is the operations manager for a small company that specializes in activated carbon for clean air and water applications. Every spring since 2006, he has visited Magee Marsh … Read More “Six hours of patient observation produces unique view of a skulking warbler”

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