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Backyard Photography—When Your Backyard Is Also a Nature Preserve
January 19, 2018
— Tara Tanaka and her husband fell in love with the swamp in their backyard. So they bought it, and now she documents its wildlife.
Flirting Ducks Make for Fun Photos
January 11, 2018
— Want to get an entertaining shot? Try capturing these courtship displays.
Five Hotspots for Photographing Bald Eagles
January 5, 2018
— The pros tell us about their favorite places to shoot Baldies.
The Dos and Don’ts of Editing Bird Photos
November 27, 2017
— End up with the best image possible—without compromising its integrity.
Five Essentials for Successful Duck Photography
November 14, 2017
— Want to get great duck shots? Be prepared to get mobile.
Four Quick Tips for Photographing Flocks of Ducks
November 3, 2017
— Rafting ducks provide a great opportunity to capture compelling images and group dynamics. Here's how to seize the moment.
How to Take Sharp and Vibrant Photographs of Ducks in Flight
October 27, 2017
— Capturing in-flight images of speeding ducks is challenging and rewarding. Follow these tips to land those shots.
How to Take the Best Duck Photos
October 20, 2017
— Some simple tips for capturing compelling images of these special birds.
Hungry Raptors Make Murmurations Even More Beautiful to Photograph
October 5, 2017
— Starlings are easy to find. But capturing their twisted formations as they evade predators takes commitment and vision.
Seven Sturdy Backpacks for Birders and Bird Photographers
September 26, 2017
— Head out on the trail with all of your gear comfortably and securely stowed.
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