Exciting birdwatching day from the house. The pileated woodpecker came back! I was able to finally get some decent pics of him? I am so excited about getting the photographs I now need to learn more about the differences between male/female! Here's my best pics from his visit. … [Read more...]
Spring Day – Robins and Juncos
Around here in Michigan we think of the American Robin as a spring/summer bird and the Dark Eyed Junco as one of our winter birds. So, it struck me as interesting today when I saw juncos and robins both out in the grass finding insects and seed bits. I took all these shots with … [Read more...]
Pileated Woodpecker – First Pics!
I've seen the pileated woodpecker around a number of times in the last few years. They aren't an everyday visitor, but we hear them and see them occasionally. I've never been able to photograph them and bad news, I didn't capture them with the Bird Photo Booth today. These are … [Read more...]
Most exciting 30 seconds of Feeder Action!
The way that the Bird Photo Booth 2.0 works on video mode is that when it detects motion, it records 30 seconds of content. Then, if motion is detected, another 30 seconds. So on and so forth. Very frequently, I end up with 2 seconds of chickadee, titmouse or nuthatch quickly … [Read more...]
Bird Photo Booth – Day 5 Update
Well, today was a bit of a bust photo booth wise. I tried something new for the 5th day straight. I was still shooting through the top lens and I had it on motion activated photo setting with 10 photos per second burst. But, today, I hung it from our main pole feeder. I just … [Read more...]