The Baltimore Oriole is one of my favorite birds to photograph. The male’s brilliant orange and black plumage stands out against leaves that often surround the bird, making for a striking image. Unfortunately, I don’t see orioles that often when hiking with my camera. And when I do, the leaves that can create an attractive, contrasting background for the orange … Continue reading
It’s unusual to find a warbler in Central Ohio during the summer, even though the range for some warblers includes this area. But it’s a different story in spring and fall when brightly-colored warblers pass through the area while commuting between their winter home, typically in South America, and their summer home in Canada. The variety of birds increases significantly … Continue reading
A stream winds through a snow-covered forest in Slate Run Metro Park, Canal Winchester, Ohio.