The Cornell Lab Bird Academy Discussion Groups Art and Photography My favorite bird. Just starting this bird photography adventure.

    • Sharon
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    • Annabeth
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      DSCN2253 Common Raven calling seconds after I took this photo another came.       Lesser goldfinch at my feeder. DSCN2300
    • Lizzy
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      Until I can actually get a photo of a brown creeper, I will cherish tree swallows and how cute they are~ DSC_0909
    • FrenchDan
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      DSC_2167 bEurasian blue tit puzzled by snow, somewhat unusual in our part of France!
      • Anna
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        I have a couple of favourites. The Eurasian Blue Tit is one of them!
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    • ILMP
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      Many of these birds can not be found in Switzerland, so i admire their beauty.
    • Owen
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      redpoll22 (2)redpoll22 (1)Here is my fav. bird the Common Redpoll
    • Monica
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      IndigoBunting_Monica.J.Pileggi-2020 I love Indigo Buntings! Taken this past summer in Maryland.
      • Sibananda
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        Really amazing shot
    • Luis Gerardo
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       Thraupis episcopus  DSC_0809 Rupornis magnirostrisDSC_0511 (2)Palenque, Chiapas México
    • FrenchDan
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      Tampa - Reddish egret 1117 5
      • Sarah
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        What kind of bird is that?
      • David
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        @Sarah Looks like a reddish egret to me

    • Owen
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      IMG_0966 - Copy - CopyIMG_0986 - Copy I Highly apologize if it seems like im spamming these are some of my best shots and im not trying to get credit :)
      • Little Bit
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        hehe welp their better than mine :D  I love bird photography
      • Owen
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        @Little Bit Me too ive since even taken better photos and i cant stop!

    • Owen
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    • Owen
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      Wow! This is a very nice Prothonotary warbler mine cant compare, Impressive!
    • Julie
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      Great picture! And I like the bird bath.🙂
    • Desiree
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      What a handsome bird. That yellow is gorgeous. That is a beautiful photo. It must have been really exciting to capture it.
    • CHLOE
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      My favorite birds are ospreys so i have found many osprey nest cam to look at during the lockdown in England. images
      • Julie
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        I live next to a beach and see these birds alot, but always am so happy to see them! I see why you like them.
    • CHLOE
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      i managed to get this on my camera at home cool pic bit evil looking- but adorable
      • marc
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        So intense! Exquisite!
    • CHLOE
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      That is amazing-
    • Hemant
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      good shot
    • Nichole
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      Breathtaking beauty! Great pic quality!!
    • Ellen
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      so great!
      • CHLOE
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        thanks so much
    • Lysa
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      That is such a great shot.
    • Kim
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      LOve the color.  Great shot!  Here are a couple of pics of a bluebird3BA98F8B-AAF0-4E06-B138-EB5BB06791E2F5B7F5EB-2AD6-4B59-9F96-43F91967275C
      • Nichole
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        IMG_07841IMG_07881As you can see I am extremely new to bird watching and capturing their beauty . I'm from WV and had never seen this beauty until this past Sunday at the park with my toddler .....it was breathtaking in person. Your pics are gorgeous!!! What camera do you use?
      • Julie
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        This is my favorite outdoor bird! I can never seem to get close enough to get a decent picture.
    • Kim
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      • Brooke Hinkle
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        I love Bluebirds! I see them at my feeders once in a while. That is a great photo. I am new to the Bird Academy, and I am loving this so far!
      • Colleen
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        Such beautiful photos and so clear. Would you share the type of lens you used to capture these shots?
    • Jun Li Niktaris
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      so cute!
    • Linda
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      A beautiful shot Sharon
    • Hi Sharon, That is a nice shot of a Prothonotary Warbler. They are fairly unique since they are cavity nesters. I love the dark eye on yellow. You may be happy to know that we have a Bird Photography course on Bird Academy coming out later this year. Melissa Groo is the instructor.
      • Joseph Lionceau
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        Yes Lee. Will be fantastic, birds Photography is very interesting.
      • Lysa
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        I cannot wait to take her course.
      • How exciting! I do need some help in taking pics of some birds, as they're so fast!
      • Kim
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        @Kim I can't wait for the course either!466D21B9-2F91-48B6-A487-413ADB56262C_1_105_c

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      • Desiree
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        @Kim These are wonderful. I’m about to read the flight chapter in the ornithology course, and I bet I’ll come back to look at that first photo. It’s beautiful; you can see exactly what the wings are doing. Where is the feeder? Is it in your yard? I love my backyard birds, but I have to say that if that’s your backyard, I am covering yours a little.