While daddy cardinal chilled on the deck railing, momma cardinal climbed up on the rooftop of the bird feeder and posed for pictures.
I have only been to Yellowstone Park twice, and the last time was about seven years ago. It is an absolutely magical place, especially this year after all of the rain. The meadows are lush, the wildflowers are in bloom, and all of the animals are happy.
The Northern Cardinal is so well-loved that it has been named the official bird of seven states. I have been stalking female cardinals all spring. While I know I still have so much to learn as a photographer, here were three shots that were decent enough to share. What do you think? Do you have […]
It’s been fun watching the cardinals pair up for spring. It looks like the male brings the female bits of food some of the time. I just hope to be able to find nests of eggs to (carefully) photograph soon! On Today’s Date in the Past: One Thing, Three Ways: The Winery SF One Thing, […]
These quail run all over the Sonoran Desert and are pretty darn cool, but they are awfully hard to capture with a camera. While this isn’t the best framed, crispest photo I’ve ever taken, I love that I captured a matched set of a male (front) and female (behind). You Might Also Enjoy: Other Sonoran […]