Sparrows

There are so many species of sparrows that they have a reputation of being “difficult”, difficult to see well and difficult to identify. I believe that I photographed House sparrows (first and second pictures) and a Swamp sparrow.   A House sparrow.   A Swamp sparrow.   Farmington Bay in November.  

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Mourning Dove

I saw a Mourning Dove only three times. First time in June, 2018 at Farmington Bay. While driving along the bay I spotted on a long branch a bird I have never met and found it incredibly beautiful.     June, 2018. My neighborhood. Two Mourning Doves graced us with their presence and stayed for […]

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Sandhill Cranes are Back!

If you heard once a song of a Sandhill Crane you would remember it for the rest of your life. It’s loud! Here he is singing his song.     Soon the Sandhill cranes will start a courtship with their wonderful dances.       At the end the Sandhill Cranes walked together. A beautiful […]

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It’s Time to Say Goodbye to Bald Eagles

I was fortunate to photograph these beautiful birds this year. Last year Bald Eagles were so far away that I could only watch them with my binocular. The Bold Eagles are migratory birds, they return back to Northern Utah next winter.  

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Fish For Breakfast

There is a saying, you can’t bathe in the same river twice. This saying came on my mind when I came to Farmington Bay the day after I took many photographs of Bold Eagles. I was hoping that I would get a few more photos of these incredible birds before their migration. But there were […]

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