A Northern Mockingbird strikes a confident pose.
For such a common year-round resident of Ohio, I’ve always found photographing nuthatches challenging. I’m not sure whether this was due to the contrasting colors or movement of the birds. Either way, a post is long past due.
A young Eastern Bluebird intently watches for movement on the ground at Glacier Ridge Metro Park in central Ohio.
In mid-August, a female American Goldfinch collects thistledown to build her next near a creek in central Ohio.
Goldfinches are among the last birds to raise a brood in the American midwest, largely because they rely on mildewed and thistle as nesting materials.
This young Song Sparrow is drying out from a morning bath.
Brown Pelicans fly in the famous “roller” formation off Folly Island, SC.