Wildlife Project, Week of December 1, 3rd Visit

Today was rough. There was a construction near by causing all the birds to hide. I was worried and frustrated due to the fact that I simply could not bring great shots. Difficult environment and unusual surrounding always happens, and it is photographer's job to work with it. So, I faced it, instead of focusing sensitive herons and egrets, I chose the ducks. Ducks maybe very common bird all around the world. However, it is much harder to take a photograph of a flying duck due to their unbelievable 55 miles an hour flying speed and relatively small body. Was I able to do it? The answer is: "Yes".

Northern Shoveler

Female Northern Shoveler

Loggerhead Shrike

Northern Shoveler Couple (Left-Female, Right-Male)

Greater Yellowleg