There was a watering hole we liked to visit once a week to see if the elephants would come in. And they did! (more about that later) I also enjoyed photographing the birds that visited the watering hole, of course! Here are some of these birds: Egyptian geese with goslings Spur-winged lapwing Marsh sandpiper The […]
I took a million bird photos in Kenya, so I’m subdividing them into manageable groups for posting. The sunbirds are one of my favourite old world groups…they’re functionally like hummingbirds in that they drink nectar, but they can only hover for a short time. Still, they come in lots of beautiful colors and are fun-sized! […]
I’ve loved bee-eaters since I saw my first Australian Rainbow Bee-eater (gorgeous, also beautiful). I love them in spite of the name that implies that they eat a lot of bees (which I also love), because this is nature and bees are eaten by lots of different types of attractive birds. There are a lot […]
A very striking hummingbird
I am always enamored with the enormous tails of the spatuletails.
Male and female tufted coquettes I actually like my drawing of the female better here, even though she is more plain.
I drew a series of hummingbirds to give as Christmas gifts. Also, hummingbirds are adorable.