I followed and tried to photograph a pair of Yellow Bitterns today, but wound up getting a better shot of this White Tern.
I was glad to see a light morph Pacific Reef Heron tonight. The dark morph seems to be more common around here.
All the White (Fairy) Terns I saw today were peeking out from behind branches. I just caught this one as it looked my way.
Photography outings have been rare lately. Today I managed to spend 45 minutes photographing a Pacific Reef Heron.
I see these White (Fairy) Terns regularly near Paseo, but this was my first time photographing a pair. Fascinating birds.
"Stay at home" orders have prevented me from photographing lately. I was glad to get out for a short bird session today.
I watched this Pacific reef heron (Egretta sacra) hunting at Paseo today. He caught one fish...just before I set up the camera.
Thank you for following along in 2019. This is my second successful #365project in three years. Here are my favorites.
I see these Common Evening Browns almost every afternoon. Sometimes I take a picture, just in case I don't get anything else.
I found this Huntsman spider (4 in. leg span) on our wall this evening. After taking the photo, Stephen and I dispatched it.
I've photographed the Melanitis leda (Common Evening Brown) before. There were dozens fluttering around tonight.
I was surprised by how well this toad blends in with the concrete box I found him on tonight. Good camouflage.