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Thank you George for these gorgeous photos. Susan and I are bonsai buddies and she recommended your photo site. We are backyard birdwatchers here in Yakima and often spy Tanagers. Surprised to know there are so many varied and they 'commute' so far. Also we are going to Costa Rica in Feb. Looking forward to your "Tika" bird photos.
Good luck on you journey and can't wait to hear of the Adventure.
I would like to document the presence of Tropical Kingbirds at the Hassayampa River Preserve for 2003 thru 2006 and 2009. Were your May 2005 photos taken at the preserve? Do you have photographic evidence for the other years? Thanks for any help you can provide.
George...So nice to have your photos...able to confirm that the bird watching me shower today in Devonshire is Great Horned Owl...perched just ourside the window. Jim and Ann
I live in the central highlands of Mexico along the flank of an ancient volcano. I see Prairie Falcons almost every day. I observed one this week flying toward the mountain with nesting materials secured in its beak. I have isolated a possible nesting area to a long cliff that overlooks a deep canyon and extends along the edge of an ancient lava flow. I am grateful to you for your pictures of the nesting Prairie Falcons. Now I have a general idea of what to look for: the type of nest the birds build; the loccation they prefer; how long the chicks stay on the nest; etc. My boots, pack, and camera gear stand at the ready.
Your pictures of the birds you saw and photographed in Ecuador are absolutely outstanding! Enjoyed them very much. Thanks for sharing your impeccable talent.
George-You are still getting better.Loved your Ecuador photos,especially the dazzling hummers,and liked the way you captured birds whilst showing their interests and habitat-the dipper,fruit eater,macaws at clay spot etc. Rob Griffiths
Amazing birds you've captured in Ecuador. Stunning variety of forms. And what amazing names! Thanks for posting.
Enjoyed your gallery this morning from here in Scottsdale! Keep it up -- really wonderful stuff.
If you ever need a shooting partner, please contact me anytime. Located in Everett, WA
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Hello George- I would like to request permission to show some of your photos to my not-for-profit birding classes at the Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society. Please write and I will send details. Thank you, Steve
Thank you for sharing your work. Had a great time looking at them.
You have great stuff here and I'm a little jealous to be honest.
Enjoyed ur work. Susi
Your Photography is getting better and a few are tuely stunning. Thanks for the lovely views.
I am looking for a Pygmy Nuthatch photo donation, for use in a biological publication (not for profit). I like one of your shots, and would very much like to discuss this with you if you are at all interested. Please send me your email address and I'll send a more detailed request. Thanks a lot,
Thanks for sharing your spectacular collection of bird photos.
Sherrel and Bruce
George we loved the pictures of the kestral and golden eagle especially. Thanks so much for sharing. It helps us identify birds to see these wonderful pictures
nice job George
jacqueline Jones nee Vlahakis
George, Your pictures are beautiful. Very serene.
George-You keep amazing me with your photography
Hi George! Really wonderful collection of bird pictures! I just took my first woodpecker picture this week (in the back yard,
), did a woodpecker search on pbase to ID it, and came upon your terrific woodpecker collection. My longest reaching equipment is my 200-400VR + TC-14 (just got the TC two weeks ago). However, when I see what the 600mm can do in hands like yours, I start thinking....
I'll visit again for sure!!
George - I just looked through all your woodpecker pictures - they were wonderful. Thanks so much for sharing with us all.
I enjoyed a look through your images they are excellent....... thanks for sharing !
Terrific images George. Thanks for sharing
Wow! What a great selection of birds you captured on vacation George! A very beautiful collection. Thanks you for sharing.
Lovely pictures. It is not easy to have one good gallery of birds and you have so many. Congradulation for a job well done.
I like your picture very mutch.
Take care of you.
Excellent photos. I am the Birdweb editor dor Seattle Audubon. I'd like to know if we might be able to feature some of your photos on our website www.birdweb.org. If interested, let me know and I'll will you in.
bill & caroline
Great photos, George. Carey and I must come out your way in 05.
truly great snaps. Wonderful
Hi George; Just found your web site, about 90% of the birds you have pictured are here on your farm. Very excellent pictures, hope we can meet some day.
My dad is amazing isn't he??! :) (You are, dad.) Great photos! Can't wait to see the new additions.
I just moved to Yakima from Seattle and have been interested in identifying the new visitors in my yard. Your site has been great in helping me with that. Keep up the good picture taking!
Claire & Diana Vlahakis
You must be as devoted to photographing birds as Mark (dad) is into catching fish. Amazing photos!
A visit to a world I've never seen. Beautiful and inspirational.
Beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing these inspiring shots.
Great shots, George..the new '400' makes a huge difference!!
Wonderful photos, great photography. Amazing beauty in our own valley!! Thanks for sharing.
Nice work. Please consider publishing a guide to avian species of the Northwest steppes.
Outstanding, George. Glad to see you on Pbase. Now I can see more of your excellent photos.