Bird and Nature Photography by Greg Gard

Wood Duck drake - New Jersey

April 23, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Adult male Wood Duck peacefully resting on a grass showing its beautiful iridescent feathers on his head: - for more detailed view and EXIF data, please click on the image - If you are interested in seeing more of my waterfowl photography, please visit my gallery: www.greggard.com/ducks​ And here are some books that help me with my bird photog...
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Red-tailed Hawk's nest - week 4

April 19, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
At the time of this recording, young Red-tailed Hawks were about 4-5 weeks old. First half of the video shows an adult bringing just caught young bird to the nest, most likely European Starling chick. Second half shows young hawks feeding on the leftovers left in the nest. And here you can see one of the two young hawks in the nest, stretching i...
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Sandwich Tern, Fort De Soto, Florida

April 11, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Adult Sandwich Tern, in breeding plumage, taking a bath in a shallow water at For De Soto Park, Florida: - for more detailed view and EXIF data, please click on the image - If you are interested in seeing more of my shorebird photography, please visit my gallery www.greggard.com/shorebirds
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Reddish Egret - Fort De Soto, Florida

April 07, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Reddish Egret (Egretta rufescens) hunting for fish in a shallow water at Fort De Soto Park, St. Petersburg, Florida - for more detailed view and EXIF data, please click on the image - It was fun to photograph this egret chasing fish. With each second it was getting closer and closer to me, that at one point, I just stopped shooting and watche...
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Red-tailed Hawk's nest - week 3

April 02, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I just finished processing another video from my Red-tailed Hawk nest series. This one was taken during my third visit to the nest, about 21 days after discovering it. It was the only time I saw both adults in the nest. Adult male brought in a meal and flew right away to a nearby tree where he could easily keep a watchful eye on the nest. If you a...
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