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Posted in Raptors and Birds of Prey (plus Vultures and Shrikes) on January 21, 2020

Gray Ghost on Green

From about 4 1/2 years ago at the Ridgefield NWR.  I rarely see the male Harriers so this was a treat. Canon 5D Mark III, 1/1250, f4, ISO 640, 500mm Continue Reading

Posted in Ducks, Grebes, Cormorants, Swans, etc. on September 8, 2017

Wintertime Date

This is a December 29, 2016 image of a Mallard pair on a date, near sunset, breathing in the cool winter air of the Ridgefield NWR.  Late fall and winter are my favorite times to photograph birds and wildlife at the refuge. LARGEVIEW! Canon 5D Mark III, 1/800, f4, ISO 2500, 500m ... Continue Reading

Posted in Vultures, Ravens, Crows on July 29, 2016

Raven Take Off

July 16, 2016, at the Ridgefield NWR, a Raven takes flight from a branch. Canon 5D Mark III, 1/1600, f4, ISO 640, 500mm, 9:37 a.m. Continue Reading

Posted in Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge on January 12, 2013

Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge – View 2 ...

Here’s another landscape shot of the refuge taken on Dec. 5, 2012.  This is looking north from between markers 11 & 12, at the southern end of Rest Lake.  Canon 5D Mark III, 1/800, f9, ISO 800, 24mm, Canon 24-105 f4L lens. For a larger view, please go here.  Give the ... Continue Reading

Posted in The Blog on October 31, 2011

Oct. 17, 2011- Mon. – Ridgefield NWR: Part 1 (10 ...

Hi all!  Today I spent from about 7:45 a.m. until after 9 p.m. at Ridgefield.  I was at the actual refuge shooting photos from sun up until about 6:30 p.m., by far the longest day I’ve ever spent there.  From 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. I attended my first Ridgefield Camera Cl ... Continue Reading

Posted in Non-Bird Gallery on September 15, 2011

Coyote Pup

I spotted this young Coyote at the Ridgefield NWR on Sep. 11, 2011.  He gave me only a few seconds to shoot before he trotted off and joined two other youngsters off in the distance.  Taken with a Canon 7D, 1/640, f5.6, ISO800, Canon 400mm f5.6L lens. Continue Reading