|White-faced Ibis flying over at Sweetwater, Tucson|
There is no denying the specific bird calls that happen while out in the field. As a photographer, I try to get the best shots that I can with the species seen for the day. A relatively new issue for me happened when I went to a location to find Elf Owls and Whip-Poor-Wills. The shadows of night are mysterious and wondrous but provide little in the way of photography. I would love to snap shots of these nocturnal birds, but I won't. I'm afraid the flash on my camera will do harm.
|Arizona Woodpecker at Box Canyon|
|Cedar Waxwings in Box Canyon|
|Sandhill Cranes near Willcox|
|Snow Geese in Bosque Del Apache, New Mexico|