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Photographing wildlife is a hobby of mine, that I truly love. I hope you enjoy my efforts to capture the beauty of creation.

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williefromwi Hummingbird  Clearwing Moth
Hummingbird Clearwing Moth commented on by williefromwi Merton, Wisconsin, USA2 months ago

Cammie C Myers, if your interested in seeing more of my work please email me at williefromwi@hotmail.com. I will then send you the information on how to find my work on google and or facebook.

williefromwi Hummingbird  Clearwing Moth
Hummingbird Clearwing Moth commented on by williefromwi Merton, Wisconsin, USA2 months ago

Cammie C Myers, I post many of my photos on my facebook page, and also to Google+. I accept almost all facebook friend requests. You can see many of my photos on Google+ simply by typing in my name. You need not even use google+ to view my images there. I am thrilled you enjoy my efforts to capture the beauty I see in creation.

williefromwi Tree Swallow
Tree Swallow commented on by williefromwi Waterloo, Wisconsin, USA7 months ago

Thank you for such kind words, I am deeply honored that you enjoy my attempts to capture the beauty I see in creation, Gilma Jeannette Ospino Ferreira-Norman

williefromwi Bald Eagle
Bald Eagle commented on by williefromwi Clinton, Iowa, USA7 months ago

Thank you, JamesCramer

williefromwi Herring Gull
Herring Gull commented on by williefromwi Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA7 months ago

Thanks much Ava T-B

williefromwi Ecuador poison frog
Ecuador poison frog commented on by williefromwi Provincia de Orellana, Ecuador7 months ago

Wonderful spotting and information too. When I was in Ecuador in 2006, I had the honor and privilege to live in a very remote village of 70 people. The men of that village still used blowguns with poison tipped darts to take the monkeys and birds that they needed to sustain themselves and their families. Although these people lived without electricity or running water, they really lacked nothing, and were not only surviving but thriving in an environment that most would find difficult to deal with.

williefromwi Bald Eagle
Bald Eagle commented on by williefromwi California, USA7 months ago

This is indeed a Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus). Judging from its markings I would believe this bird to be just shy of 5 years of age.

williefromwi Osprey
Osprey commented on by williefromwi California, USA7 months ago

You thought correct, this is indeed an Osprey (Pandion haliaetus)

williefromwi Dark-eyed Junco
Dark-eyed Junco commented on by williefromwi Pennsylvania, USA7 months ago

Juncos tend to be ground feeders but will also use elevated feeders and will even use suet feeders when the temperatures are extremely cold. I have juncos feed on the sides of trees in my yard. I place suet in the tree cavities that woodpeckers have already made. I get the juncos and other birds digging out the suet like a woodpecker would do when the temperatures are extremely cold ( which they are this winter in my part of the world).

williefromwi Snowy owl
Snowy owl commented on by williefromwi Pennsylvania, USA7 months ago

Alicelongmartin, you will have to play with the sight I am sending you, but you can find recent spottings of this owl here: http://ebird.org/ebird/map/snoowl1?neg=t...