Having been married to a non birder for a long time, we’ve had to negotiate certain things. You will find yourself having strange arguments and in hindsight, funny misunderstandings. Here’s a video example that Non Birding Bill and I made that anyone considering marring a birder who is a non birder may want to check [...]
For your amusement and maybe use headphones if you are watching this at work:
So…while playing around with the ATX in Florida, Non Birding Bill and I had a crazy spectacular thing happen. We were both filming herons. He was using his HD camera, I was using my ATX and Nikon V1. We both [...]
Non Birding Bill and I made some videos in Florida with the new Swarovski ATX spotting scope. If you have not been to Florida, warning, this will make you want to hop a plane and go down there.
In case you missed the drawing, Saundra Martz is the winner of my spotting scope. Above is her bad bird photo of a Cooper’s hawk…can you find it? Saundra doesn’t get the scope right away, it’s currently being cleaned up at Swarovski.
They sent me photos to show that my scope arrived [...]
This contest got a little nuts! It is hands down my favorite contest of all the ones I’ve ever done, because people made me laugh so freakin’ hard! You guys–you are not good photographers. Out of over 500 submissions, I alas, can only have one winner. We narrowed down the 512 entries to 151 finalists [...]
This is the story of a girl and her spotting scope…
Oh, the adventures I have had with my Swarovski ATM spotting scope. It has literally traveled the world with me. We ascended Volcán Atitlánin Guatemala to see horned guans. We survived rigorous airport security in Kazakhstan to view breeding sociable lapwings on the [...]
So in an effort to get to know my new digiscoping set up better, I keep stopping out here and there to test out different settings. Today…I had my ISO way too high and ended up with some arty shots that I kind love:
I love how eerie these bleached out crows look–something [...]
I had such high hopes for the start of 2013. I am back freelancing, I set some minor digiscoping goals for the blog, I downloaded apps on my iPhone and iPad to synch things and make sharing links via all my social medias and easy cheesy process. I spent the week between Christmas and New [...]
One of my favorite parts of travel is when I find myself in a completely different habitat from where I live. It’s amazing to think how much there is to see and how different area terrain can be in the United States. I can travel from one end of the country to another, wake [...]
One of the perks of being a birding blogger is that from time to time, companies will invite you out and brainstorm ideas with you. These are not only beneficial to the company, but most certainly are to the bloggers as far as having a chance to meet in person and generate ideas.