Getting shots of birds in their natural surroundings is not as easy as shooting landscapes so I challenge myself with getting them as candid looks though I swear most of my feathered visitors pose for me.
Living here in New England we get an enormous amount of birds both visitors and residents.
The skies and trees are where they can be seen from dusk till dawn.
Truly it is hard to get my work done once dawn has broken so I get up early and do my inside chores then go out with fresh water for the heated spa, as well as scatter food as we have bears and it is much too early to be putting out food except for the Blue Birds they love mealworms and the woodpeckers, I get a variety of suet cakes to supplement the lack of bugs as the cold begins to creep in upon us.
It’s so true snapping a shot of my landscape is easy but getting these beauties to sit still and pose for me is tough and if you try it is so worth the challenge.
Your welcome to reach out if you see a shot you would like on a card or maybe a metal print which is all the rage now. 🙂
10 thoughts on “NH Birding in November”
Beauties, one & all!
Thank you 🙂
Glorious…. Amazing photos, Eunice! 🙂
They are so cute!!!
This yard is filled with so much beauty I am truly blessed to share it with them.
Great shots. They do look like they are posing just for you.
Thank you 🙂
Beautiful birds! Lucky you.
We have pigeons, sea gulls, grackles and a few sparrows.
They are beautiful, too.
They sure are ❤
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