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  1. Bill Anderson

    Red-tail afternoon

    The return of the Bird Whisperer. 😎
  2. Bill Anderson

    A snowy day

    Great shots.
  3. Bill Anderson

    Immature Bald Eagle

    Keep up the good efforts. Perfection will come over time. I much prefer action over perfection. I can find perfection in a bird book, but it is hard to find action someone has photographed at a location where I have previously been.
  4. Bill Anderson

    Immature Bald Eagle

    Great photos. Sometimes (most of the time for me) one must sacrifice profection for action.
  5. Bill Anderson

    Birds of Edmonds, WA. 2020

    A Bewick's wren.
  6. Bill Anderson

    Birds of Edmonds, WA. 2020

    Scriber took advantage of Wednesday's (10-28-2020) sunshine. So did the resident hummer. The best I could do to photograph the hummer at a feeder on my back deck.
  7. Bill Anderson

    Birds of Edmonds, WA. 2020

    The flock of bushtits continue to remain in the neighborhood. Shots from Saturday (10-24-2020). My son keeps the suet feeders full in the hope we can bribe them into sticking around for the winter.
  8. Bill Anderson

    Eagle Moment

    One nice thing about photographing eagles in flight is that they soar. The shutter speed does not have to be as fast as photographing something with a rapid wingbeat like a humming bird.
  9. Bill Anderson

    Birds of Edmonds, WA. 2020

    My birding continues to be limited to the back deck. Thursday (10-8-2020) my son put nuts out on the railing so I could take photos from the dining room through the sliding glass door. Unfortunately the nuts eventually attract eastern gray squirrels as well as birds. Steller's jays are...
  10. Bill Anderson

    Birds of Edmonds, WA. 2020

    You can only detect them when they move.
  11. Bill Anderson

    Birds of Edmonds, WA. 2020

    A brown creeper was creeping (what else) up the side of the Douglas's fir closest to the back deck. The creepers was practically invisible against the bark of the Dug fir.
  12. Bill Anderson

    Birds of Edmonds, WA. 2020

    Monday afternoon (10-5-2020) one of the Blues Brothers got brave enough to pick up some nuts from the back deck. I had to shoot at -2 exposure compensation to keep from over exposing the shots.
  13. Bill Anderson

    2020 Picture Collage

    The ruby-crowned kinglets spend winters in our area. They are still constantly on the move, but the absence of leaaves on the bushes makes them a litlle easier to photograph.
  14. Bill Anderson

    Birds of Edmonds, WA. 2020

    Picking up some of the nuts. The crow did not make frequent trips to the deck, so I don't think it was stashing the nuts like its Corvid cousins the jays.
  15. Bill Anderson

    Birds of Edmonds, WA. 2020

    I bought a nut mix in the hope Blues Brothers would visit the feeders. The nuts, which include walnuts and peanuts, proved too large to move down the feeder, so I smashed them up and refilled the feeder. The small birds do not appear to be interested in the nuts, so I will start leaving them...
  16. Bill Anderson

    2020 Picture Collage

    Great shots of my nemesis bird, the ruby-crowned kinglet.
  17. Bill Anderson

    Birds of Edmonds, WA. 2020

    The Ones That Got Away #1: I was sitting on the corner of the deck near the hummingbird feeders. A hummer swooped in to check me out. It was hovering so close to the back of my head that its wings raised quite the racket in my ears. I did not move as it was too close to photograph and I did...
  18. Bill Anderson

    Birds of Edmonds, WA. 2020

    Corvids, which include ravens, crows, and jays, are considered to be the smartest birds in the world. Friday afternoon (10-2-2020) two members of the family were hanging out in my backyard. One evil minion of the Dark Lord and three of the Blues Brothers. I asked my son to spread some...
  19. Bill Anderson

    Birds of Edmonds, WA. 2020

    The hawk in the tree was taken with the 7DII + 600L telephoto. The flight shots were taken with the 1DxII + 100-400L telephoto zoom.
  20. Bill Anderson

    Birds of Edmonds, WA. 2020

    A Bewick's wren was checking out the suet feeder on the back shed.
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