RECOGNITION

I am grateful to be recognized by various online photographic communities for my humble efforts to not just learn about the natural world, but, through my photographs, help educate others about its importance in our lives, too. Here are a few places where some of my work has been featured.

Bold Little Beggar: Golden-Crowned Sparrow (allaboutbirds.org Jan 15-22, 2015, Bird of the Week)
Motorin’ Hooded Merganser (Travelers Universe Magazine, Issue 2, 2015: Postcard from Canada)
Female House Sparrow (Explored on Flickr, Dec 2014)
Bald Eagle in Flight (Explored on Flickr, Feb 2015)
A Tree Swallow Stares (H. Wagner’s Birds GALLERY on Google+, Mar 2015)
Closeup of St. John’s Wort (NatGeo’s Your Shot Daily Dozen, Jun 26, 2015)
Profile of an American Bullfrog (NatGeo’s Your Shot – Editors’ Favorites 2015)
Green-Winged Teal (America’s Favorite Birds Coloring Book, CLPG, Fall 2016)
Short-Eared Owl (Birds of a Feather PhotographyModerator’s Choice, Jan 2016)
• Domestic Mallard (allaboutbirds.org Muscovy Ducks profile – Similar Species)
Male Rufous Hummingbird (Birds of a Feather PhotographyModerator’s Choice, Mar 2016)
Snow Geese Sunset Flight (Birds of a Feather Photography, Moderator’s Choice, Mar 2016)
• A Pair of Stationery Barn Swallows (Siena Farms Spring News, Week 8, May 2016)
Female Anna’s Hummingbird on the Hummingbird Feeder as featured photo on What’s the Best Recipe for Hummingbird Nectar? (Cornell Lab of Ornithology, All About Birds, Apr 1, 2009)
• A Quintet of Bushtits in the Plum Tree (allaboutbirds.org Wrentit profile – Similar Species)
Great Horned Owl on Douglas Fir (Birds of a Feather Photography, Moderator’s Choice, Nov 2016)
• Spotted Towhee (Backyard Birds & Blossoms Coloring Book, CLPB, Apr 2017)
• A Quintet of Bushtits (Cornell Bird-A-Day Daily Calendar 2018), CLPB, 2018
• Dark-Eyed Junco (Cornell Lab of Ornithology 2018 Calendar), CLPB, 2018

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