GBP Member’s Bird Photography Showcase – 4/28/22

You Don’t See That Too Often

Sometimes birds pop up in unexpected areas and photographers flock to capture them.  Other-times bird photographers stumble across a rare bird while just walking along a path.  Either way they present us with some exciting photographs – like these!

We know that Wood Ducks roost in trees (which seems odd for a duck) but we rarely see them there.  That’s why it was such a pleasure to see Asteinmann’s classic photo of a male Wood Duck perched like a songbird on a limb.  These birds are easily flushed so its hard to get a picture like this – great job!


Emil Baumbach, along with many others, sought out a rare Marbled Godwit in nearby Waukegan.  Read his description about sighting this bird.


JackReich was hiking along in the Farmington Spine area of Utah and was pleasantly surprised to find a Dusky Grouse.  Grouse are notoriously skittish so congrats for getting close enough to get a wonderful closeup!

Stay Safe.  Go Birding.  Take Pics.  Post Here.  Repeat.


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