And I enjoyed the hell out of it. Turkey Vultures have been gone for far too long and I’ve missed having them around.
Perhaps the epitome of “biting off more than you can chew.”
Sometimes it’s fun to attempt flight shots in these conditions just to test the limits of your gear and your skills.
Today’s post was inspired by a brain fart. Mine.
Without question this is the “tamest” Northern Harrier I’ve ever photographed and I’ve had thousands of them in my viewfinder over the years.
Burrowing Owls and prairie flowers – a sure sign of spring.
I was so enamored by the smoke morph hen Wild Turkey I photographed in the west desert mountains two days ago I went back yesterday to see if I could find the same turkeys again. I found them and her but it was a different turkey in the same flock that turned out to be the star of the show.
I’ve only seen two smoke morph Wild Turkeys ever. The first one was over thirty years ago. The second was yesterday.
In two of my recent posts readers met the male and female individually but in this series we see them interacting as a pair, including mating..
I thought I might never capture this flight posture in a songbird during my entire career as a bird photographer. For me it’s only happened a single time and it very likely won’t happen again.