Banner ImagePhotographed at sunrise on the Carabelle River in Florida.
Vicki on In the Right Place at the Righ… Christine on White-tailed Squirrel Anonymous on White-tailed Squirrel Anonymous on Nesting Great Horned Owl William Groeneveld on White-tailed Squirrel
Use of ImagesYou may copy and use any images on this blog for personal purposes such as on your blog, Facebook page, desktop image, etc. as long as you indicate that I am the photographer and provide a link to my website. All other uses, such as for commercial purposes, are subject to licensing arrangements made with Stephen L Tabone.
- 248,861 hits
Tag Archives: Wood Duck
Spring has finally arrived in northern Virginia. The Daffodils, Forsythia, and various trees are blooming, and most other plants are budding and showing signs of growth. It is a great time to be outdoors after months of hibernating indoors to escape one … Continue reading
With the outside temperature at 27 degrees, it was tempting to stay in bed and not get up before sunrise to photograph Wood Ducks. Making it even more difficult were the poor results of last week’s trip–a quick glimpse of … Continue reading
At sunrise last weekend and again today, I went to Huntley Meadows Park in northern Virginia with the hope of seeing and photographing Wood Ducks. I heard and confirmed on eBird that they were there. If you follow my blog, you know that … Continue reading