[xr_video id=”3fd08341a99449008467d241c2456d0b” size=”sm”] Back in January over the course of our Wild Horses and Waterfowl workshops, Doug Gardner shot this footage. Something of a teaser for whats to come. . .
Tag Archives: waterfowl
mud puddle mallards
So here we were, 5 days into a shoot for the South Carolina Waterfowl Association and the birds just weren’t there. By this point things had become pretty routine for us. At 5 am the […]
Fire and Ice
Its been cold lately. I mean really cold. By southern standards, its been arctic cold. And as you would expect when temperatures plummet to below freezing for several days, everything has been frozen solid. In […]
The Skies Darkened
I’ve have always felt cheated out of this Earth’s great wonders by being born to my generation. I read the accounts of William Bartram, John Lawson, the first expeditions to the Carolina coast, those first […]
Snow Geese, another visitor from the far North
What is it that I truly love about winter here despite the lack of snow? Well if you havnt guessed it for yourself just yet, its the waterfowl. For starters its what makes the Outer […]
Blind Shyness And Lessons On Blending In
For the past several days I have been photographing exclusively at lake Mattamsukeet National Wildlife Refuge. As the swans have begun to return in mass, the action has picked up to a fever pitch out […]
Tundra Swans of Mattamuskeet
Once again the frigid cold fronts that swept through the last week brought pay dirt to our area in the form of waterfowl. The eastern population of the Tundra Swan – formally known as the […]
Swans in Flight.
Long before folks were coming to the Outer Banks to sunburn along the windswept white sandy beaches of these barrier islands, they came for the birds. Well, they came for the waterfowl that is […]