So pleased to see that the wren family decided to use the birdhouse I hung in my little backyard!
We call this our bird sanctuary! If you look you can see the wren sitting on the wrought iron pole above the birdhouse!
It is the only eagle unique to North America! This photo was taken at Magee Marsh, Ohio.
Taken on the Magee Marsh boardwalk on May 11, 2017
Seen at Magee Marsh, Ohio on May 11, 2017. Taken with a Canon 7D camera, with Canon EF 100-400 Lens, which I borrowed from Canon.
As near as I can remember this another “lifer” for me!! I was made aware of it’s presence by a number of birders beside the marsh intently gazing in it’s direction!
I took this photo with a 7D Mark II camera and 100-400 lens I borrowed from the Canon folks at their booth at the entrance to Magee Marsh during BWIAB. I loved the camera and lens, though at my age, not sure I want to carry it around all day! As you may have noticed, the series of photos of my trip to Washington D.C. has finished, as now I will likely be featuring photos of the birds I photographed at the Magee Marsh boardwalk, etc. The Red-breasted Nuthatch was a lifer for me, meaning in Birdwatcher language, the first time you saw it in your life!
After several days of trying to capture a photo of a Carolina Wren, I was successful! We were walking on the Rails to Trails trail near Millersburg, Ohio.