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Fowler’s Toad

Fowler's Toad taken at Edwin B. Forsythe

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There were “waves” of Fowler’s Toads along Wildlife Drive when I took this shot a few weeks ago. Some of these guys are tiny and can easily be overlooked, but are relatively easy to photograph if you take the time to notice. I prefer shooting at their level, despite the fact that most decide to […]

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The Early Bird

The early bird, a Semipalmated Plover catches a worm at Stone Harbor Point in Stone Habor, New Jersey.

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Like an early bird who catches the worm, I got up at 3:30 am yesterday and was excited to get this Semipalmated Plover image in the early morning light at Stone Harbor Point. I’m really loving the break from the green heads at Edwin Forsythe. Instead it was a fun filled morning crawling around in […]

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Least Terns in Flight

Two Least Terns interacting at Stone Harbor Point.

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This image of a pair of Least Terns was taken at Stone Harbor Point earlier this month. Getting sharp images of a bird in flight is pretty rare for me, so I was thrilled to capture this pair interacting. This shot was taken with my rig mounted on my ground pod. I’ve almost never attempt […]

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Piping Plover – A Gem in the Dunes

Piping Plover in the dunes at Stont Harbor Point.

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It was a little later in the morning, when I spotted this Piping Plover darting around the dunes at Stone Harbor Point. The light was starting to get a bit harsh, but I was very fortunate to have an opportunity to photograph this beautiful and sadly endangered bird. I did a Google search when I […]

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Ghost Crab at Stone Harbor Point

Ghost Crab at Stone Harbor Point Beach

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This Ghost Crab image was taken last weekend on a gorgeous morning at Stone Harbor Point. Heading for the beach turned out to be a good choice! It was so nice to not have to battle the bugs of Forsythe for a change since dealing with a little sand on my equipment is nothing compared […]

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Backlit Common Yellow Throat

Common Yellow Throat backlit at Edwin Forsythe NWR

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This backlit Common Yellow Throat image was taken last weekend. Unlike the past where I’ve only spotted one or two a season at the refuge, these birds have been really common this year. They are so much fun to watch as they fly from stalk to stalk and usually a challenge for me to photograph.

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