Bird and Nature Photography by Greg Gard

Nickerson Beach - The Ultimate Guide

July 17, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Full disclosure: This post contains references to products from I may receive compensation when you click on links to those products Version 0.1 - update 7/24/2016 - work still in progress - better late than never:) Intro: Many of us heard about some famous birding/photography location but never could make a trip there. Either we cou...
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Red-tailed Hawk's nest - week 5

July 09, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Here is a final video from the Red-tailed Hawk nest I was able to document: At the time of this recording, young Red-tailed Hawks were about 5-6 weeks old. First half shows grown-up chicks barely fitting in the nest. Second half shows young hawk finally leaving the nest and resting on a nearby tree. At this point you will see two photographs sho...
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Barred Owlet

June 05, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Soaked Barred Owl (Strix varia) fledgling drying off its feathers after a rainstorm: - for more detailed view and EXIF data, please click on the image - Most likely, first thing you noticed, were this owlet's eyes. What you see is not caused by a camera flash. This is simply natural light reflecting in a special surface, right behind the reti...
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Black-necked Stilt calling - Bay Area, CA

May 31, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Vocalizing adult female Black-necked Stilt at Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge: - for more detailed view and EXIF data, please click on the image - This past Memorial Day weekend, I visited Don Edwards San Francisco Bay NWR for the first time. I had some much fun photographing wading birds there, that I can't wait to go ba...
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Bald Eagle's Nest

May 16, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Adult Bald Eagle sitting in the nest with a young eaglet: - for more detailed view and EXIF data, please click on the image - If you are interested in seeing more of my Bald Eagle photography, please visit my gallery:
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