Posts Tagged ‘sandra calderbank’

Hooded Merganser

A close image of a Male Hooded Merganser standing upright in water, flapping wings.

Wilson’s Snipe

Two images of a Wilson’s Snipe standing in marsh in the rain, both with reflections visible

Anhinga with fish

Image of an Anhinga in the water with a large fish impaled on it’s lower beak.


Mama Mallard

One image is a Female Mallard flapping with downy ducklings under her. The second image is of a Female Mallard swimming with eight baby ducklings.

American Avocet

Image of a pair of adult breeding American Avocets in flight across a shallow pond.

The Northern Pintail

Two images of Male Northern Pintail. One image of the duck is in flight against a blue sky and the other image the Pintail is swimming in water.


Reddish Egret

Image of a Reddish Egret in breeding colors standing in water with feathers ruffled.

Brown Pelican

Image of an adult Brown Pelican in breeding plumage, landing with wings in up position

scalderphotography

Scalder Photography is the work of Sandra Calderbank in Asheville, USA providing bird, wildlife, stock and nature photography for download with various licenses


American Robin

A detailed image of a Female American Robin perched on a dead branch

Brown Pelican Portrait

A close view of a beautiful Brown Pelican against a blue sky and water

Black-Crested titmouse

A Black-Crested Titmouse perched on tree trunk


Least Bittern taking off in flight

Least Bitterns are incredibly difficult to catch in flight.  This was taken in April of 2011 at the Viera Wetlands in Florida which has become one of my favorite places to photograph birds.  I wrote an article about the Viera Wetlands that was recently published in   Nature Photographer Magazine  in their new App version of […]