Just a small break…

Taking just a small break to focus on a couple of upcoming events that I am volunteering in. Currently, I am designing and co-organizing the annual Chinsegut Wildlife Day that is being held at Chinsegut Conservation Center on March 7th. Each week I am building up the website and adding new content. My focus is…

Free Nature Photography Workshop

Register now for the Nature Photography Workshop on November 8 at Chinsegut Conservation Center. This is a free workshop hosted by Green-Fly Media owner and professional photographer Alice Mary Herden. This three-hour workshop begins at 10am. We will go over camera modes, settings and other simple ways to help you understand how to take better…

Photography Workshops

Next month I will be offering two photography workshops Nature Photography Workshop: April 14 | Chinsegut Conservation Center | 10 am – 1 pm | $20 workshop REGISTER HERE What you will learn specifically for the outdoors: Program Mode Aperture Priority Mode Shutter Priority Mode ISO Exposure Compensation Flash Compensation Focus Points Composition April 6…

Interesting

Very interesting Saturday!     For many wildlife photographers, scat is a bonus on any hike. I know a few of us lady photographers get excited when seeing scat. You may rarely have an opportunity to photograph a bear, fox, coyote or bobcat in their natural habitat and seeing scat is the next best thing….

Preparing for the ‘Wild Florida’ Photography Exhibit

Looking forward to next years Wildlife Day Photography exhibit at Chinsegut Conservation Center during Chinsegut Wildlife Day on March 9th. This is the third photography exhibit I have organized and each year it gets better. The exhibit is going to be set outside and going to be amazing! Those that are interested can register here…

Butterfly counts for the environment!

Butterfly counts are a tool that is used, much like bird counts to assess environmental changes. Butterflies are quickly affected by changes in their environment and reduction in numbers may determine declines in other plant and animal life. Counting butterflies also assists biologist in identifying trends in species and implement a way to protect butterflies…

On the Bayou 4/09

Luckily Liberty was not harm… No sign of Bay… as my thoughts of hope seem to dwindle, maybe someone helped him or he may have died, I do not know. The last time I saw him was March 30th.        

Wading Birds on Bayou

I have spent over a month on Bayou drive photographing a variety of wading birds, and almost every day I learn something knew. I have been observing of a very special Great Blue Heron I call Bay. You can read about him and follow for any updates here: Bay The Great Blue Heron Along working on…

A welcoming surprise

Gave it one more day to go out and see if I could find Bay..  I saw a heron flying towards me and land right in front of my car.. and to my surprise it was Bay! I know this may seem irrelevant to others.. but Bay captured my heart. The objective today was to…

Bay’s Facebook Page

March 3, 2018.. Late Saturday Morning, Bay hanging out on the bank. Still looking good. I contacted Owls Nest to see if they could come out and help him. Just need to cut that line under his lower bill. Trying to get a pic with his mouth open… Will try again today. I am no…

Frustrating

I am beginning to see more and more birds with entangled fishing line… just today….. an Double-crested Cormorant had fishing line tangled on his left leg.. I couldn’t see if it was hooked or not. I did get close to him but he dove into the water. Came home and started downloading my photos… I…