Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Osprey have returned to Belleville!

March 31, 2012 Yay! The Osprey have returned! I spotted one of the magnificent birds this morning on my way back from McDonald’s. I was bringing home a couple of Egg McMuffins, and as I came along Moira Street East, … Continue reading

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Red-breasted Merganser

March 29, 2012 I remember the first time I saw a female Red-breasted Merganser (Mergus serrator). At that time, I never knew such an amazing looking bird even existed! ┬áIt was obviously some kind of duck, but it had a … Continue reading

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Blue Jay

March 25, 2012 I wasn’t planning to write about the Blue Jay yet, but when Elaine and I were filling our bird feeders yesterday we were visited by several of these boisterous birds. They were so entertaining as they came … Continue reading

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Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO

March 22, 2012 Welcome to the first in an on-going series of Photography Tips. These posts will focus on bird photography, but should contain enough general information to be useful to all types of photographers. In this post I’ll be … Continue reading

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American Kestrel

March 20, 2012 It’s the first day of Spring! So what better day to start a new category of posts called: “Learning about birds”. This is the first in an on-going series that will cover most of the birds that … Continue reading

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