This hummingbird feeder was literally buzzing with activity. Here you can see three female Ruby Throated Hummingbirds perched on the feeder. They all stopped to look as the male approached from the right.
This young Osprey, perched high upon a cell tower, took notice of me watching it.
The Ruby Throated Hummingbird is the only hummingbird that breeds in the Eastern United States. This female stopped by the feeder on my deck long enough for me to get this photo.
A male Ruby Throated Hummingbird hovers near a feeder while his female companion enjoys a drink.
I was fortunate enough to watch this great blue heron for quite a while before it decided the photo shoot was over.
This Ring-Necked Duck was swimming through Spring Bayou when I arrived to get some early morning pictures.
While photographing flowers in the early morning light, I spotted this American Robin. It was hunting in the lawn, as robins typically do. I captured this image while it briefly paused to survey its surroundings.
We were waiting for the ferry to take us across the river and the kids wanted to go to the upper deck. When we finished climbing the stairs I noticed several Laughing Gulls hanging out on a rooftop just a little above eye level.
This beautiful red-winged blackbird sang from the top of the highest tree, surveying its surroundings
This White Breasted Nuthatch frequently brings sunflower seeds to this spot in the tree.