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Winter Duck Photography in Arizona
by Tina Hay | March 24, 2019
One of the best places for quality duck photography in the United States is an unlikely location: the desert of south-central Arizona. American wigeons, ring-necked ducks, northern pintails, lesser scaup, green-winged teal—more than a dozen species of migratory ducks and other waterfowl take up residence each winter on the ponds around Phoenix. They’re relatively easy to find and photograph, in part because their numbers are concentrated in the few available bodies of standing water, and in part because duck hunting is prohibited in the Phoenix vicinity, making the waterfowl less skittish around people. Continue reading »
Bird Species Spotlight: Boat-billed Heron
by Jake Jacoby | March 24, 2019
I saw the boat-billed heron in August 2018 for the very first time while travelling along the riverbanks of the Cuiaba River.

I was in a boat equipped for photography in the Pantanal region of Brazil. My brother and I were travelling in the Pantanal on a photographic workshop organized and hosted by www.naturescapes.net. Continue reading »

Anchoring Bird in Flight Shots
by Steven Blandin | November 28, 2018
Flying bird photographs are sought-after creations for most bird photographers. Besides the difficulty of properly synchronizing one’s hands motion and sight to properly frame the bird, there are other composing considerations to consider. It is very pleasing to create a photograph of a beautiful bird with wings fully outstretched on an open blue sky. Continue reading »
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