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Showing posts from November, 2018

November is out of here !

Happy last day of November. Well its been a great November of 2018. I had a blast on my 27th Birthday photographing planes at RDU International Airport from the Observation Deck. So now its time to depart from November to December. Have an awesome December

Birding Photography 7

Happy Birding day. Its my 7th post on birding photography. Today we are going to talk about the Double- Creasted Cormorant. I took this Double- Creasted Cormorant at Jordan Lake. They can be found on the coasts and large bodies of inland water and they are a resident in on the Atlantic Coast and local inland. They can be found inland from April to October. But they are most popular at the coast. The voice of the Double Creasted Cormorant is silent but croaks at the nest which is very cool.

Birding Photography 6

Happy Birding Photography 6. And six days till my 27th Birthday. The white Ibis isin the Ibis family and can be found in the coastal areas of North Carolina. Its is on the coastal region of our state, North Carolina, from May until September. It can be found in tidal mudflats, beaches, marshes , swamps and watersides. The voice of the White Ibis is a Nasal hunk and quiet. I took this White Ibis photography at Peas Island National Wildlife Refuge in the Outer banks of North Carolina in March 2018. So this a recent trip I did this past March to the outer banks.

Birding Photography 5

Happy Birding Photography. Today ,lets talk about the Great Blue Heron for this week.   The Great Blue heron is in the heron family. They have a harsh call. They are very local breeder to this area of North Carolina and to the region.  The Great Blue Heron can be found in all salt water and fresh water areas and some ponds.  I have taken a pair of Great Blue Herons at Jordan Lake in the past year during sunset conditions against the colors which was very cool to do that.

Birding Photography 4

Happy Birding Photography 4. Today I am going to talk about the Osprey, which is a very cool bird to photograph especially if it catches a fish which I am still trying to do that. That is one of my goals for next spring to capture an osprey catching a fish in my neighborhood pond. The osprey is in the hawk and eagle family. How cool is that for this bird to be in that family! They can be found at lakes, sometimes ponds and rivers. The osprey is resident of the coast but can be found in the inland part of North Carolina as well.