Spring time Birds

March 24, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

The snow here in Wisconsin is coming and going. We went for almost two full weeks with bare ground and the sounds of spring to 14 inches of snow on march 22nd and 23rd. This has not slowed the overall migration down or slowed the turkeys and pheasants from trying to find new mates either. The last few weeks has been nice to get the camera out next to some open water and along open fields to see the birds enjoying the spring weather. The next few weeks are crazy busy but I am hoping to get out and take some more images of the different migratory ducks as they come through our area. I hope you all have a wonderful spring All photos were taken with canon equipment and the new Tamron 150 to 600mm 5.6-6.3 walking field gobblerwalking field gobbler paintbrushpaintbrush snowy rooster pheasantsnowy rooster pheasant Great Blue HeronGreat Blue Heronby Art Helin, Wild Reflections Photography Wood Duck, DrakeWood Duck, DrakeMale wood duck calling from a limb, near a pond in Southwest Wisconsin


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