The bird festival season begins! Here is the first article of the season, and please check it out. I’ll be speaking at the festival the afternoon of January 24th. Happy New Year! This year’s Skagit Valley Eagle Festival started this weekend. The annual festival… Continue Reading “The Bird Festival Season Begins”
It’s that time of the year again, and the bald eagles are back. The count last week was around 150 eagles in the Skagit Valley, feeding on the salmon run. This article give details about the events, and links to information. I will be… Continue Reading “Skagit Eagle Festival is in January”
Last Saturday, I spoke at the Historic Concrete Theatre with 30+ people. The presentation went well, and the participants left with a greater understanding of photographing birds. The Skagit Valley from Newhalem in the mountains to Puget Sound is filled with migratory birds this… Continue Reading “Migratory Birds are at the Skagit Flats”
The Skagit Eagle Festival takes place during the month of January. The event had many speakers, Native American events, float trips, and more. I will be speaking at the Concrete Theatre on January 19th from 12 pm to 1 pm, on photographing eagles and… Continue Reading “Skagit Eagle Festival”
This is a great area to photograph the mountains, bald eagles and other wildlife. Please check out the link to read the rest of the article. It’s time for snow in the north Cascade Mountains.
Dusk is the time of day when the sunset is most brilliant. It is the time many animals and some birds come out to hunt and feed. Modern digital cameras offer us choices in exposure and flash to make the most of these opportunities.… Continue Reading “Photographing at Dusk”
March is a wonderful time to photograph the change of seasons. Here on the West Coast of the US, our weather changes between rain, sun, and hail. Bulbs start to poke out of the soil in February, and the daffodils are blooming. In April,… Continue Reading “Spring on the West Coast”
I am often asked where I find birds to photograph. I have spent a number of years traveling, and documenting the birds I see. I have notes that I refer to every year, that lists where a certain species of bird is most likely… Continue Reading “Birds – Eagles, Snow Geese, Swans & the Skagit Valley”