Northern Cardinals are year-round residents of Central Ohio, so when the winter snow covers the area it is very easy to spot the bright red male cardinals perching in trees near feeders in the area. I get most of my cardinal photos in the winter, when skies are gray and lighting is terrible. And cardinals are extremely shy birds, fleeing from sound or motion. So how did I get … Continue reading
Tyrant flycatcher is the largest family of birds on the planet, with more than 400 species throughout North and South America. And it's a family that causes some of my biggest headaches when it comes to identifying birds. Except for the Eastern Kingbird, which is larger and more distinctive than many other types of tyrant flycatchers in this region of the country, other family member. … Continue reading
I’ve added a variety of photos taken during a visits to parks in Central Ohio.
Night traffic moving in Times Square, New York City, 2005.