My first and only photo of a Wild Turkey. I can't believe how long its taken me to get a shot of one since I started doing this over a year ago. Technically I did scare a few in the woods last year while hiking at different places but never actually saw them. Saw this while driving early in the morning.
Was on my house this morning singing its song. I couldn't resist getting a shot.
This is an Eagle I've observed here before but this time there was a new arrival in the nest! I have a crude photo of the baby in the nest with both adults but its too far for me to get a decent shot across the creek. I did get some amazing shots of what I assume is the male adult Eagle as he flew over to my side of the Creek to perch on top of a building and then flew off. I got what I think is my favorite photo ever here today!
Lemme know if I got this wrong but I think this is an Eastern Phoebe.
Cute squirrel we saw today
I see lots of Bald Eagles around here, but I don't think I've ever gotten a photo of one at this particular area. Although, I have seen them from time to time flying at a distance.
This is my first ever Loon sighting. I was very excited! I wish I was able get better photos but it was quite a ways out and it kept eluding me by diving underwater and travelling a great distance. I'm very impressed with how far they travel underwater.
Saw about 6 of these today. It's hard to count when they all look so identical and they were coming and going to get materials for their nests. This park is reknown for it's population of nesting Night Heron and Great Egret.
This park is famous for its breeding population of Black-crowned Night Heron and also Yellow-crowned Night Heron. I saw at least a dozen BCNH but saw no Yellows.
These are photos of two different sets of Mother/Ducklings. I just can't remember which was which.
This is one of the many black colored females that live here.
Two different birds here, but I think they're the same species. Correct me if I'm wrong though :)
I thought maybe this was a young starling or grackle but I'm not seeing it being either now. Any ideas?
This seems like some sort of sparrow but it was bigger than a typical sparrow. Need some help with this one.
It's been over a year that I've been trying to get photos of these ducks here. Even though they weren't the best shots I was extremely happy to finally get photos of not one but 2 different males and a female.
These were on a very large bush planted outside someones home. I was just hoping someone could tell me what they were. Looked like a large purple honeysuckle.
There were two of these here. I've seen a few of these around this year in Pennsylvania. I don't know what they are though.
Got shots of a couple of these. They make great photos.
Bald Eagle in its Nest. It appeared as if there was a baby inside and it was waiting for the other to bring back food. I was told by a local that one female killed another a year ago over this nest location. No idea if there's truth to that.
I think this is a double-crested.