Western Grebe spends their summers nesting and raising their young in inland fresh water marshes. This seabird spends most of its time in the mornings diving under water and chasing minnows and sometimes larger fish to eat or feed their young and in the midday sun they curled up laying
This gallery contains pictures of birds of all types. Some are wild, some in captivity and some kept as pets. Birds are very fascinating creatures; graceful but in some cases extremely brutal. Many are exceptionally beautiful with very colourful plumage and lovely bird songs. To watch a bird flying is
The American Dipper a bird found in the western United States along rivers and streams. This little bird hunts for its food by clinging to rocks on a rivers bottom looking for aquatic insects if you watch the fast water or the rocks along the fast water you will get
I took a trip to Southwest Florida to photograph the shorebirds during there spring migration. I planned to visit several of the famous wildlife areas there, including Ding Darling NWR, Venice Rookery, Corkscrew Swamp and Estero Beach. I also was able to see the very tame Burrowing Owls up around
Duck is the common name for a large number of species in the Anatidae family of birds, which also includes swans and geese. The ducks are divided among several subfamilies in the Anatidae family. Ducks are mostly aquatic birds, mostly smaller than the swans and geese, and may be found
The Canadian geese the waterfowl that make Utah their home year round birds in flight while it snows to groups of geese that band together in the coldest weather looking for small areas of open water in frozen ponds to rest before they fly out to open fields looking to
This was my first attempt and getting song birds to land on Perches by using calls. I was able to find success not only at my home bird feeder but in the "wild" as well
Song Sparrow singing from Perch.
Song Sparrow singing from perch in tree.
Chestnut sided Warbler singing from Perch.
There are many varieties of birds in North America; in fact, there are more 630 species in Canada, and the U.S.A. Chances are, many of those species can be seen in your own backyard. If you can meet their basic needs, such as food, and water some of these birds
American Goldfinch or Carduelis tristis this bird has yellow feathers on most of its body with a black cap on its head and black on the edges of its wings and some white under its wings and tail. This bird is year round in the Utah area the bright yellow
As a photographer and artist, I am always looking for creative ways to present my images in ways that others may not have seen before. This often leads me to create Illustrations from some of these images. My love and passion is wildlife and natural photography. Nothing gives me more
Owlets like the Great Horned Owl species nest almost everywhere you can imagine from tree cavities to man-made nesting boxes that farmers put up to help keep the mice down around their farms and barns I have also found nests on top or light poles and in abandoned buildings. To