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Great to meet you and on the Island Packers catamaran and looking forward to seeing Santa Cruz Is and SB Channel Crossing pics.
Esp the SCI Srub Jay (endemic); and pelagics on the crossing Scrips and Guadalupe Murrelets (splits from xantuus.
Great Gallery of photos...well done.
The best on your travels...mike
Very nice collection of bird images...
Chris, I don't have you email, so hopefully you pick this up. Corpus has many great birding spot as well as the Laguna Vista area, not very familiar with areas around Kyle. I assume you are after specific species and would recommend that you sign up for TEXBIRDS at the link below. This will be a great source of info for you and allow you to quickly find where specis of interest can be see. You can also send out a Request for Info on certain species. I would also pay attention to ebird.org and pay attention to the rarity map and you might want to signup for Manage My Alerts. The Texas Parks link below covers most of the key birding spots and they are probably covered in your book, but just in case. In the Corpus Area, don't miss Pollywog Ponds, Hazel Bazemore, Blucher Park, Port Aransas Jetty, Paradise Pond. In the valley, there is way to much choices, but SPI convention center, SPI Jetty, SPI Sheepshead Lot, Laguna Atoscosa NWR will keep you busy on the coast and inland Benson SP, Estero Llano Grande SP, Santa Anna NWR are good choices. Mary Gustafson puts out a rare bird alert on Texbirds every week for the valley so I would pay attention to those emails. Best of Luck and April is a good time as the spring migration gets going in a big way. Let me know if you have any other specific questions.
I love your collection of bird pictures with several great galleries. Compliments!
Very nice work
The diversity of avian wildlife presented here has become extremely impressive.
It's been good to see the watermark become less of a distraction over the years as well.
Beautiful beautiful galleries! Great work!
Joe, it was nice meeting you at the Covered brdge today. I browsed your galleries and I was quite impressed. I posted the last capture I took at the bridge on flickr. I'll check back here in a few days to see if you posted yours.
Awsome photos thanks for sharing the great state of Texas Coast line. Peggy
Hi, Joe, I'm a client of your dad's in St Louis; he told me about your photography one day when we were discussing cameras. He was absolutely right, your work is fabulous! Thank you so much for sharing.
Really enjoyed the gallery. I enjoy those first and last few moments of the day. Definetely the best time for great shots. Especially when I was living up in Alaska. Great sunset opportunities up there.
Hello Joe, sure enjoyed you Texas pictures, I think that we ate just to the right of the boats in Rockport. Went there to do photography and the wend blew ever day. Sure enjoyed it, nice town. Mother in law grew up in Chappel hill.
I really enjoyed your work.
Wonderful galleries Joe, especially the wildlife. Your 700mm pictures have such rich colors and contrast. What lens are you using?
Great stuff. The North Yorkshire gallery drew me in but I will be back to check out the rest. Thanks for sharing.
I enjoyed viewing your beatiful imagery. Your work is stunning and inspiring