Bird photography makes people aware of the beauty of birds and makes them more willing to protect them.






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     Bird Quiz
Can you tell which bird is shown in the photo?
The last photo ID quiz was of a juvenile Painted           Redstart  (lower left) and a juvenile Golden-crowned Sparrow (lower right)






                                                          Photo Gallery




Photos of birds in the field can be used for documentation. You can send your bird sightings with your photos to  ebird, an online database that provides scientists, conservationists and birders with information about birds and populations. To learn more about e-bird go to: http://ebird.org/content/ebird/
Bird photography makes people aware of the beauty of birds and makes them more willing to protect them.

see more of my photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/145661058@N06/






              Field Sketches


Field sketches are excellent tools for documenting birds in the field.
They should include location, date, time, weather and habitat.
Photographs are often taken in bad lighting and important information
about the bird might be missing.  Field sketches and notes  also are
very useful tools to learn more about birds, their behavior and their
habitat.  The more we learn about birds, the better we can protect them.





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